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The Jenny Pincher is Back!

Yes the blog is back!! After taking a year off (or maybe longer – I can’t keep track) the blog is back and ready to give you more content! You might have noticed I’ve brought on some staff writers to assist me with keeping up. But don’t worry, the message and purpose of the blog […]

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Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

When it comes to making decisions in life (and finances), men and women are usually polar opposites. We women tend to look at ALL of the little details before finalizing any decision, no matter if it’s that important or not, while men tend to make somewhat hasty decisions without much analyzing. Neither of these are […]

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How You Can Ruin Your Credit Score

Whether you want to believe it or not, your credit score can determine a lot in your life. It can help you secure a mortgage, it can help you earn a lower interest rate on a loan, it can help you get a job, it can help you lower your car insurance, and more. The […]

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