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Every Budget Has a Story

Every Budget Has a Story

“Budget.” What does that word mean to you? A budget helps one person stay on track when buying groceries for their family. A budget means watching expenses in order to save up for retirement for another person. A budget helps someone else pay down their high-interest...

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How You Show Your Love With Money

How You Show Your Love With Money

As Valentine’s Day nears, it’s time to talk about one thing: money. Just kidding. We’ll get to that part in a bit. What we actually want to talk about is love. More specifically, what your “love language” is.

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Spending Money Without Shame

Spending Money Without Shame

Here at Everyday Money, we really want to set a counter standard to the more common personal finance messages out there. We want to let you know you’re not messing up with your money.

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The Truth About Women & Money

The Truth About Women & Money

In our work with couples, we see it time and time again: women playing second-fiddle to their partner when it comes to money. But there’s one thing we really want to make clear: women are good with money, too. There are statistics to back us up.

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Our Favorite Personal Finance Resources

Our Favorite Personal Finance Resources

If you’re committed to living wealthy now, odds are you’re a big fan of all things personal finance. So are we, which is why we’re sharing a few of our favorite personal finance podcasts, blogs, books, and tools below.

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Paying Off Student Loan Debt

Paying Off Student Loan Debt

If you’re one of the lucky ones who are still paying for their college experiences, the monthly payments and interest may seem like a necessary evil. But it helps to take a good look at what type of student loan you have, so you can understand what to do to get that debt paid down faster.

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Cutting Corners Doesn’t Always Help

Cutting Corners Doesn’t Always Help

“Cutting corners” in your finances can lead to higher expenses, lower satisfaction, and a lower likelihood that you’ll actually meet your money goals. So, if you’re on a budget, how do you know when to save a few bucks and when to pay a bit more?

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Money and Family Stories

Money and Family Stories

Whether we like it or not, a lot of our behaviors, habits, and preferences come from our upbringing. One of the biggest things you carry with you into adulthood, though, is your family’s “Money Story.”

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