Some Items to Avoid Buying Cheap

by Justin Weinger on May 23, 2016

ShareTweet Buying the most expensive brand is typically not necessary, but when it comes to some items, price vs. quality comes into play.  If quality is less, you may find yourself replacing more often, or using more to get the job done.  Instead you should be finding discounts on high quality items, with in-store sales […]

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On a Budget? Don’t Let These Triggers Sabotage You

by Justin Weinger on May 10, 2015

ShareTweet If you’re on a budget, the first thing you should do is congratulate yourself. The fact is, millions of people across the country still haven’t figured out that using a budget is the best way to build wealth, increase their savings, fund their retirement and avoid going into debt. That being said, sometimes being […]

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Achieving Long Term Financial Goals

by Justin Weinger on February 23, 2015

ShareTweet An important way to achieve long term financial goals is to set smaller mile markers for yourself along the way. These short term goals are easier to focus on and accomplishing them builds momentum for the next one. Often, a gift or small indulgence feels appropriate but without the right resources and research, those […]

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How to Get Those Extra Airlines Miles You Need

by Justin Weinger on May 5, 2014

ShareTweet If you use reward points to get airline tickets, sometimes you have to be a little bit creative. Unfortunately, there have been a number of changes in frequent flyer program terms at airlines like Delta, United and American airlines, all of whom changed the number of miles required for various award seats and, in […]

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