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Financial Families Singles

Budgeting Your Money and Time for the Holidays

The end of the year can be such an exciting and joyous time between giving thanks and celebrating our faith. Yet, if we're not careful, the holiday season and the new year may...

author: Women Who Money

Financial Families

Does Relocating to a Lower Cost of Living Area Make Sense?

If you’ve checked the news headlines over the last year, you’ve likely seen the claims that millions of Americans have relocated to more affordable regions of the country during...

author: Women Who Money

Financial Singles

How to Transition Out of College Without Breaking the Bank (or Your Spirit)

“Go to college,” they said. “It will be fun!” they said. I am not sure, however, that any of us are fully prepared for the difficulty of transitioning from life in college to life...

author: Jacob Putzer

Financial Families Business Owners

Retirement Planning & Saving When Self-Employed

You’ve heard the advice many times before, save for retirement. But have you started yet?

author: Women Who Money

Financial Families Singles

How to Use a No-Spend Challenge to Break Shopping Habits

Are you an impulse spender? It turns out you’re not the only one. Millions of Americans make unnecessary purchases every day. Each year, consumers spend an average of $5,400 on...

author: Evelyn Long

Financial Families Singles

DIY vs. Hiring It Out: Choosing Home Renovation Projects You Can Handle

There are plenty of reasons to jump on the “Do It Yourself” (DIY) bandwagon this year. After spending a long time at home during the pandemic, you may be ready to update a...

author: Women Who Money

Financial Families

Saving on Summer Travel [But not scrimping on the fun!]  

Now that spring has sprung, you may be looking forward to a much-needed summer vacation! And you’ll have plenty of company as you hit the road and spend some time away from home...

author: Women Who Money

Financial Singles

4 Quick Wins For Young Adults on a Budget

You’re a young adult. You’re in college, you just moved out on your own, maybe you just got your first real adult job and you’ve hit the age that all financial responsibilities...

author: Chloe Viesins