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Thousand Dollar Follower

We started with an initial investment of $1,050 dollars in January 2021. We will add an additional $50 dollars each month. Follow along with our progress. 

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Thousand Dollar Follower

Think investing doesn't work over time? We're putting it to the test. We took an initial investment of $1000 Dollars. Then started making monthly contributions of $50. Follow our progress.

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Free Gifts

Free Gifts – If we are out of Christmas budget, and we’ve decided debt is not an option. We have to get creative. The kids had the right idea the whole time.

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Holiday Budget Series – The Budget

The holidays can be one of the easiest times of year to let your budget get out of hand. Additional travel expenses, big meals, gift giving. It’s easy to lose track. Use these tools to help your holiday spending stay on track this year.

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10 Ways to Cut Spending

Wouldn’t it be nice to get a $200 raise? What if you could give yourself a 200 dollar raise by making a few small changes to your spending habits. 10 small tweaks to cut monthly spending

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How to Save a $1000 Emergency Fund

How much difference would an extra $1,000 dollar emergency fund sitting in a separate account make? The car gets a flat tire, the little one falls on the playground. Unexpected expenses come from everywhere. Having a starter emergency fund helps stop life's unexpected expenses from derailing your walk.

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Financial Translator: 50-30-20 Rule

The 50/30/20 Rule is a simple guideline for helping to determine how your budget is allocated. Are you in too much house? Are you saving enough for retirement? This guideline is a helpful tool in determining that answer.

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