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Mint.com Review: Online Personal Finance And Budgeting Software

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Mint.com is a personal finance management software that allows easy anywhere access to your family's financial accounts, budgets and spending trends. Here's a Mint review.


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Cost to Furnish your apartment [Infographic]

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Osgoode Properties did some research. They looked at the typical furnishings that one would find in a first apartment. The prices listed are mid-range prices. They don’t assume that the first-time apartment-dweller is loaded with cash, but also that you are not just looking for the cheapest furniture possible.


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Bake Your Own: Make Your Wallet and Your Sweet Tooth Happy

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I have a sweet tooth but I don`t like eating ingredients I cant pronounce. For me the best way to do that and on a budget is to bake my own treats.


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Does it make Financial Sense to Trade in your Car?

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There is nothing better than the new car smell. The thought of this alone attracts many people into a car dealership. While there is nothing wrong with buying a new car, you have to consider your current situation before moving forward.


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Let Financial Not Fashion Sense Run Your Back-to-School Shopping

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Choosing a summer program that fits your budget can be hard. Find out how to evaluate your options, how to choose a camp and what the normal camping fees are. budgeting


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Paying Too Much For Gas? Tax Yourself! | StupidCents

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The price of gas definitely put a strain on our budgets and it was difficult to allocate such a high percentage of our income to gas.


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It’s Cold: Eliminate Credit Card Debt with a Snowball

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The excess amounts go to the smallest balance. Once that is paid off, add the excess plus the minimum payment on the smallest to the second smallest. Continue this process over and over until all your debt is GONE.


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Budgeting with Uncertainties

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Having a fluctuating household income means a family has to approach financial planning in unique ways.


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Set Your Spending Priorities

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Once you know what you are spending your money on you should do something about it and set your spending priorities.


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A Frugal, Cheap Lunch Always Wins

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When it comes to your food budget, lunches during work hours are the ultimate budget killers. It doesn’t take much to spend $5 for a fast food meal or $10 for an average sit down meal.


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