What You Need To Know When Getting A Dog

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Are you thinking about getting a dog but worried about the finances? This post will guide you through all the factors you should consider, including one-time and ongoing costs to help you decide about getting a dog. During the pandemic, … Read More

Benefits Of A Generator When Outages Impact Your Home

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Updated “We Have Power!” Craig, my husband How precious those words were when we regained utility services.  Our family, among many, endured a multi-day outage caused by Hurricane Isaias. It is truly one of the more disruptive events that can … Read More

Financial Resolutions For The New Year

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“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” Albert Einstein This year has been extraordinary and challenging. The coronavirus has been a … Read More

8 Financial Lessons Learned During The Pandemic

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“The meaning of intelligence is the ability to change.” Albert Einstein According to studies, it takes 21 to 66 days on average to change your habits in regular times. As a result of the pandemic, which continues, we needed to … Read More

Common Credit Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

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“No man’s credit is as good as his money.” E.W. Howe, novelist What is credit? Credit is defined as the ability to borrow money or something of value now with the understanding you will repay the lender later with interest. … Read More

How Our Emotions May Lead To Irrational Money Decisions

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“People do not buy goods and services. They buy relations, stories, and magic.” Seth Godin As consumers, emotions drive our decisions. Neuroscientists tell us that we make our decisions emotionally and intuitively nearly 95% of the time. The forces of … Read More

Personal Finance Lessons In Classic Literature

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When you think of classic literature about money, you think of high society glamour, indulgent parties, and stories of the multigenerational wealth of families. What’s not to like?  We can learn personal finance lessons in classic literature. We find stories … Read More