Financial Tips

5 Tips to Financially Prep for a Recession

Are You Fiscally Prepared for Another Recession?

With so much speculation about an upcoming recession, it’s understandable to feel overwhelmed about your current situation and preparedness. Although warning signs point to an upcoming period of economic decline, financial experts don’t know exactly when it will happen, what will happen or how long it will last.   Recessions […]

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3 Personal Finance Mistakes You Can Definitely Avoid

Are You Making These Common (and Avoidable) Financial Mistakes?

Personal finance is all about making the right choices for your own situation, though this concept is often much easier said than done. How much should you save and where? What will you need for retirement? And how do you really know if you’re on the right track? Though there’s […]

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5 Things You Can Only Do in October in the United States

Memorable October Getaways on a Budget

Autumn seems like a forgotten season with the holiday buzz looming and the end-of-summer blues setting in, but there’s so much to love about fall! Not only is the weather cooler and more predictable, it’s shoulder season for travelers in most of the United States. Hotels, airlines and other travel-related […]

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8 Spices and Herbs for the Budget Home Chef

Essential Spices and Herbs for the Budget Home Chef

Food overloaded with salt, particularly from the packaged and restaurant food industries in the United States, contributes to pervasive health problems such as high blood pressure and other cardiovascular issues.1,2 With a home-cooked meal, you can control everything that goes into your body. If you ever needed another reason to […]

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jobs that benefit your kids

Jobs With Great Benefits for Your Dependents

The United States is among the few developed countries that doesn’t have federally mandated parental leave. Being a working parent in the United States can prove especially challenging, and many parents don’t even receive parental benefits from their employers. Roughly two in five families in the United States had at […]

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