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Saving half your income is no easy task, and it can be even more hard if you are single. It is possible though to save this amount of money. It might take some extra work, but one day you may be able to reach the awesome goal of saving 50% or more of your income. There […]

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The fall months do not need to be expensive. With the holidays quickly approaching, I’m sure you and everyone else are looking for as many ways possible to save money. I know I am. Below are several different ways to save money in the fall of 2014: Break out the crockpot. If you’re guilty of eating […]

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