Category Archives: Planning

Smart ways to save money on a move – It’s Easier than You Think

Moving to a new location is considered the third most stressful event after the death of a loved one and divorce. Generally, people don’t realize how stressful relocation might be, and they try to manage everything themselves. From the moment … Continue reading

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7 Financial Moves to Make Before 2018

The clock is ticking!  We only have 48 days before 2018! In between holiday shopping, vacations and back to back celebrations, the idea of “improving your financial situation” before the year ends may sound like a very impossible task to … Continue reading

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5 Ways to a Debt-Free Christmas

Did you know that America spends more on holiday shopping than any other country in the world?  At the same time, Americans are also more likely to go in debt to pay for holiday spending, survey says. According to Magnify … Continue reading

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6 Ways to Financially Prepare for Christmas

According to a survey, about nine in ten Americans say they celebrate Christmas, including non-Christians and people with no religion.  Overall, 51% consider it as a religious holiday while 32% say it’s more of a cultural holiday. With more and … Continue reading

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Most Common Financial Goal Setting Mistakes to Avoid

When it comes to financial freedom, goal setting is a must.  The goals you set will give you a sense of direction when it comes to how you handle your finances and will be the building blocks of your success. … Continue reading

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5 Simple Tricks to Help You Stick to Your Budget

Creating a budget is simple, sticking to it is hard. If you really want to manage your finances successfully, you need to make a conscious decision to commit to it and change your spending habits accordingly. That can be a … Continue reading

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Top Countries with the Best Career Opportunities for Expats

Out in the big world, there are endless opportunities and possibilities.  But you have to work hard and sometimes, get out of your comfort zone in order to find them.  Yes, like moving out of the country for example. Some … Continue reading

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5 Money-Mantras for College Students

One of the biggest worries of incoming college students is money management, because for most young people, managing finances on their own is a brand new experience. On top of meeting new people, learning something new, experiencing different kinds of … Continue reading

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How to Save Money During Wedding Season

With wedding gifts, outfit, bachelor parties, bridal showers, travel and accommodation to pay for, did you know that Americans spend around $500 to $700 on each wedding they attend to? Yes, that’s only for one wedding and now that it’s … Continue reading

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The 5 Best Apps for Homebuyers

Being a home owner is probably in everyone’s wish list – it’s the ultimate American dream. If you’re already close to making that dream a reality, lucky you. If you’re on the market for a new home right now or … Continue reading

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