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How Little Expenses Add Up and Cost You

I’m sure most of you have heard of the “Latte Factor” at some point. It’s supposed to illustrate that having a somewhat inexpensive daily spending habit can add up to thousands of dollars down the road.

It’s not false, either. If you’ve never stopped to track your spending, you could very well be spending close to $1,000 on coffee per year. Or $2,000 on fast food. Isn’t that a bit scary?

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10 Ways to Save Money In a Pinch

We all have those times when life puts the big squeeze on us and we end up needing some extra cash to see us through.

Unexpected expenses have a way of rearing their ugly heads at the worst times. Even if you’re a master saver and feel there’s no more penny pinching your budget can take, sometimes a pair of fresh eyes can spot┬ájust one more way to save.

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How to Focus on Meaningful Spending in 3 Steps

Have you ever been intentional about your spending? Even if you keep a budget – have you gone through your expenses to make sure you’re getting enough value out of them?

If not, it’s time to learn how you can incorporate meaningful spending into your life. Why? Because meaningful spending will alter your finances in a positive way. We’re breaking it down into 3 easy steps!

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