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Drop everything now and check out this incredible hobbit, sci-fi-friendly house!
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Unsplash There are a lot of perks to apartment living. Theyâre generally easier to maintain, can be more affordable than a house, and are great short-term commitments for those always on the go. However, one of the drawbacks to apartment-dwelling, particularly if youâre an environmentalist, is often the limited green actions available. Whether you rent […]
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Live nearby the City of Brotherly Love in one of these towns.
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If you are in the market for a new apartment, this is the absolute best time to secure a new place. Apartments and neighborhoods where you never were able to get concessions are now giving away up to two months free. This is of course due to the fact that while many people were able […]
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Your first salary is the steppingstone to becoming financially independent, learning healthy savings habits and building your nest egg.
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Every time I've bought or rented a home, I was told that I needed a co-signer. Here's why this embarrassing scenario is all too common.
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The post A Parent’s Guide to Setting a Successful Budget for a College Student appeared first on Penny Pinchin' Mom.
Â You are getting ready to send your child off to college. Before you start helping them pack their belongings, there is one thing you need to do. You need to help them create a budget. You need to teach them how to manage their money so they can learn the tools theyâll use long after ... Read More about A Parent’s Guide to Setting a Successful Budget for a College Student
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Estimate your spending, prioritize your health, start an emergency fund and more.
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Depending on how you plan to spend and save, a money market or checking accountââor bothââcould suit your needs.
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