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My House Budget,How do I Make Sure I Don’t Run Out of Money before the End of the Month?

It is your payday and it feels so great when you get money isn’t? You can see money in your account to again buy things you need or dine out in a restaurant etc. if you are someone who loves going out and spending money after every payday then you may fall in short of […]

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Budgeting On a Fluctuating Income

Some people do not get a steady income like sales people, freelancers or people who are self-employed. They actually face lot of problems due to fluctuating incomes. It is a nightmare to plan a budget when you have no idea about how much you are going to earn each month. This is a serious problem […]

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How do I Make Sure I Don’t Run out of Money before the End of the Month?

  With increasing options to spend money in the market living within one’s budget is becoming more of a challenge for people with defined monthly incomes. Making it through the month with a paycheck as your sole source of income is trustworthy indeed, but it can become a challenge at times. It is not necessarily […]

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What Should be the Next Steps After You Go Bankrupt?

Getting up after you have fallen is relatively easy than getting back up after you have gone bankrupt. It is the accumulation of all your bad credit habits and mismanagement over the time that has finally come alive to eat you up – and it did. The only way out is to file for bankruptcy, […]

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Debt problems 3 Tips to avoid bankruptcy

Today, the average American has more than a single credit card. This coupled with the American lifestyle of “gotta have it now” has led to a lot of problems. Specifically speaking, it has led to a lot of debt. In fact, in many cases, the debt has gone out of the control and individuals have […]

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