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5 Easy Fall Reads for Your Finances

October 21st, 2016 · No Comments · Your Money

by Kristy Welsh

(Last Updated On: September 20, 2017)

5 Easy Fall Reads for Your Finances

Whether you’re feeling inspired to get your finances in order this fall, or it’s the last thing on your mind, this collection of on-point posts is for you. Get quick tips on everything from the basics of financial freedom, to DIY credit repair, to smart holiday spending (and saving).

Look, List, Do: 3 Steps to Financial Freedom

If you’re tired of worrying about your finances, why aren’t you doing something about them? Probably for the same reason we procrastinate all sorts of things – the to-do’s feel like too much. Fortunately, the doing isn’t where you need to start. And by the time you get there, you’ll be inspired and empowered enough to tackle to-do’s that once felt impossible. Read more…

Guide to Repairing Your Credit: Fall 2016

Before assuming that your busy fall schedule doesn’t allow time for DIY credit repair, take a look at this sample calendar. When you break it down like this, repairing your credit this fall is an easily manageable task. Though it might take more time the first couple of weeks, you shouldn’t need to spend more than an average of 2 or 3 hours a month on credit repair activities. Here’s how. (Depending on when you get started, adjust dates as necessary.) Read more…

Holiday Spending: The Right and Wrong Order of Things

Most of us have approached holiday spending wrong for so long that it feels like a given. It’s not, and it’s time to make it right. Read more…

Guide to Holiday Savings, From Halloween to New Year’s

For every chance you have to spend too much this holiday season, there is a way to save instead. Here’s how to get it right this Halloween, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas, day after Christmas, and New Year’s. Read more…

5 New Year’s Resolutions for a Financially Fit New Year

Fitness goals usually top the list of New Year’s resolutions, but they need not be limited to your body. Financial health is equally important to balanced living in the New Year. Read more…


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