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Articles in May 2018

  1. 10 Ways to Save $5,000 This Year

    10 Ways to Save $5,000 This Year

    Are you fed up with scraping by month to month? You can save $5,000 in one year with a combination of cutting corners and boosting your income. Learn how to start saving money now.

  2. How Being Overweight Can Cost You

    How Being Overweight Can Cost You

    Being overweight can affect your life in many ways. It can limit your mobility, affect your self-esteem, and can hurt your health. But, it can also harm you in other ways, especially when it comes to your finances.

  3. Should You Save or Invest?

    Should You Save or Invest?

    You have heard it all before: “You need an emergency fund,” “You need to save for retirement,” “You have to invest.” But when you have debt and a tight budget, figuring out how to accomplish these goals can be challenging. To come up with a plan that works for you, follow these five steps.

  4. What Happens if You Default on a Personal Loan?

    What Happens if You Default on a Personal Loan?

    When you take out a personal loan, you agree to a set monthly payment. It’s a binding contract that you have to meet, or you risk entering default. That might not sound serious, but it can have significant consequences.

  5. 7 Tips to Plan a Luxury Vacation for Less

    7 Tips to Plan a Luxury Vacation for Less

    Planning any type of trip can be stressful when your funds are limited, but you have a real task at hand if you expect luxury for less. Fortunately, there are ways to score luxury for less if you’re willing to do things differently, and able to plan ahead. Here are 7 tips that can help you book sheer luxury for less.

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