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from Thrifty T's Treasures

Are Emergency Funds Worth The Work

I'll be the first to admit that building your emergency fund can be a bumpy road, but I definitely think it's worth the work. Stop by and see why!

from Making Sense Of Cents

My $38,000 Student Loan Payoff Plan

My $38,000 Student Loan Payoff Plan. That’s the total amount of student loans that I accumulated while I was getting my undergraduate and graduate degrees. The amount that is left is still at $38,000 now, mainly because I haven’t really bothered with student loan repayment (even though I should have!) and interest has stupidly been building up. http://www.makingsenseofcents.com/2012/11/student-loan-plan.html

from Thrifty T's Treasures

Are Emergency Funds Worth The Work

I'll be the first to admit that building your emergency fund can be a bumpy road, but I definitely think it's worth the work. Stop by and see why!

from Frugal Living Mom

How to Dig Yourself Out of Debt Using the Snowball Method

Everyone wants to see big numbers in their savings accounts, but few want to put in the work it takes to get there. Saving more money doesn't have to be difficult or a huge sacrifice. These eight little tricks can help you save more every month.

from Creative Savings

How to Build Your Credit Score

If you ever see yourself borrowing money down the road -- whether it's for a home, car, or business -- you'll want to have a credit score that is squeaky clean. Here's how to build your credit score from the ground up, especially when you have little or none to start!

from Centsable Momma

How to Save for an Emergency Fund

So, you know you need an emergency fund...but how do you save for it? Find some tips on how to quickly save the first $1,000 and then how to build it up to 3 to 6 months of income.

from Celebrating Financial Freedom

13 Ways To Save Money On A Low Income

13 Ways to Save Money On A Low Income- Yes, it can be pretty hard to save money for retirement, college, and an emergency fund when you don’t have a large income to work with. But it can be done! In today’s article I’ll show you 13 things you can do RIGHT NOW to start putting money in the bank, even if you have a limited income. #Save #Income #money #finances

from Living on Fifty

5 Things I Won't Sacrifice to Get Out of Debt

5 Things I Won't Sacrifice to Get Out of Debt - What Won't You Sacrifice To Get Out of Debt? Retired By 40! http://www.retiredby40blog.com/2014/08/30/5-things-wont-sacrifice-to-get-out-of-debt/