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The Peace of Mind a Car Warranty Can Bring

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When I was 17 years old – seems like a long time ago now – I started doing one of the most important things you can do in life, learning to drive. Fortunately for once in my life I actually had some financial help as my aunty kindly paid for my first 10 lessons and within 4 months, I’d passed. Like most young people though, after forking out for the rest of my driving lessons, a provisional licence, my test and then accounting for insurance costs, I quickly realised that there wasn’t going to be too much left in the pot to actually buy a car with. So I took my measly £300 pound and went and bought an old banged up fiesta which obviously, didn’t have a car warranty!


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10% blog income pledge for education update

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Here is my updated 10% blog income pledge for education. As you may have read in my last update about the project, I gave two scholarships to the best two students of middle school so they can go to high school 150 miles away for the next three years.


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Support Your Community and Save Big

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About two and a half years ago, my fiancé and I took a vacation to Oregon. We loved it so much that we moved here after being home for less than a month. When we made that move, we had no idea how much our lives would change. We found ourselves hiking more and going downtown more. In short, we fell in love with where we lived.


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Follow These 5 Tips to Make Simple International Money Transfers

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You’ve worked hard and you’ve saved and earned (or maybe you didn’t, maybe you’ve stumbled into a fantastical fortune). You’ve decided to spend your money on buying a home overseas, send money to far flung family, emigrating or getting married abroad (or something more exotic and exciting than we can imagine).


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A lifetime of savings part 2: Saving money in your 30s

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Following up with this lifetime of savings series, we have talked about how to save money in your 20s and how to build solid foundations for your adult financial life. Now let’s see what should be tackled in your 30s.


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The 5 Money Management Apps You Should Be Using

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Find out which money management apps you absolutely need to install today to better manage all aspects of your personal finances.


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How I Delayed My Earning and Saving Ability

www.frugalrules.com

Through a variety of events, I delayed my earning and saving ability. That lost time can hurt, but the important thing is to focus on the future.


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3 Important Steps to a Successful Retirement

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You might feel that having a successful retirement might be out of your reach. Here are 3 important steps that you need to take in order to get back on track.


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Coping Financially During Long Term Illness

moneybulldog.co.uk

Illness is something which can occur unexpectedly and out of the blue. Sometimes though the effects of an illness can stay with you for a long time affecting many aspects of your daily life. It can be extremely frustrating not being able to do what you once could but it can be even more frustrating when the illness begins to hit your finances, especially if you have a family you are trying to provide for. Hopefully you will have some savings put away in an emergency fund but these will likely soon become exhausted if your illness really does prove to be long term. So what else can you do to cope financially during a long term illness?


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The cost of freedom

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The cost of freedom. Every choice you make has a cost, my choice is to work less and to enjoy life more.


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