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Couple Money — Elle doesn’t want her child left with student loan debt after graduation. So she ran some numbers and found a family with a 5-year-old could save $25,000 with a $100 a month contribution. Not bad.
But as she says, “The challenge for many couples is getting the money to contribute.” No problem. She found a bunch of ways you can save money. For example, unbundling your entertainment. Check out her other ideas and start saving.
Clever Girl Finance — Bola says, “As women, being on top of our financial situation is more important than ever.” And then she backs it up with some eye-popping stats such as “90 percent of women” will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in time.
After she opens your eyes up with these stats, she provides four strategies women can use to get their finances in order. For example: “Get organized and budget.” Budgeting helps you better understand your spending and saving habits.
Frugal, Debt Free Life — The holidays are approaching, and with that in mind, Lydia provides some cool gifts that will help us avoid credit card debt. After all, many people overspend during the holidays — but we won’t, right?
Before I highlight a gift or two, Lydia emphasizes: “Items should probably be in good condition and without stains.” I think the first gift makes perfect sense: “Picture frames and art.” Check out the other selections.
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