Month: September 2014

6 Out of 10 Millennials Really Need to Get a Credit Card

Almost two-thirds of millennials don’t have a credit card, according to a recent study from Bankrate.com, but only 35 percent of adults over 30 shy away from plastic. When the figures were revealed, cheers went up from the Dave Ramsey

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Frugal Find Friday: Groupon (and Happy Anniversary Peach)

If anyone is clicking on this post because he or she doesn’t know what Groupon is, then it’s nice to meet someone who is more of a late adopter than myself! Thanks for being here! Being a frugal person, I’ve

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How to Set Your Rates as a Freelancer

The following post comes from Danielle of ThisQuarterLife.com. I know a lot of bloggers (and even non-bloggers) indulge in the fine side hustle of freelancing, but we all deal with one awful question: how do you set your rates as

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Frugal Find Friday: Venmo

“Lucas Likes to Dance” “Lucas Does Laundry” “Lucas Rides the Subway” New York City dwellers probably know where I’m going with this (assuming you actually do take the subway, but if you can afford cabs everywhere then you probably aren’t

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4 Strategies for Handling Consumer Debt

Debt: it’s an ugly four-letter word. According to a study by MagnifyMoney.com, almost half of Americans carry credit card debt with an average of $10,000.  $10,000 of credit card debt can cost thousands and thousands of additional dollars in interest.

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