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Breaking away from emotional spending isn’t easy. It takes time and effort. But if you can no longer afford to let your emotions dictate how you spend your money, consider the following five step action plan.
Here are five simple ways you can save some green by going green this holiday season.
Mentally separating your money into multiple categories can be helpful, but it can also be costly if you aren't careful.
If you’ve got a limited budget, yet you can’t seem to stop undermining yourself with bad purchasing decisions, understanding why can go a long way towards helping you build better, less destructive habits.
While it would be helpful (if not exactly all that pleasant) to function entirely on cold, hard logic, many of our decisions are influenced by feelings. And when those feelings cause us to deviate from our carefully crafted financial plan, we call those deviations impulse purchases.
They may not be that obvious or especially insidious, but over time these nine bad spending habits can do major damage.
Every time you walk into a store, a new conflict begins – a battle between your budget and the store’s bottom line. It's a battle you can win, but only if you learn to avoid these popular pricing tricks.
Skipped Black Friday? You don't have to pay full price for a happy holiday. Just follow these tips for successful last-minute shopping!
The end of the year can be a lot of fun, but it’s also a time when we tend to let our financial guard down and make a few common mistakes that can really put our budget at risk.
In some instances, a store card may benefit you and your shopping habits. But there are some store cards you should pass on every time.
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