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The Single Woman’s Guide to Saving Money on Food

Looking to save money on food? The easiest way is to….wait for it…eat at home and plan ahead.

5 Money Moves Every Millennial Should Make in 2022

Decide what you want to do for yourself this year. Do you want to get out of debt? Buy a home? Whatever your goals are, now is a great time to start planning.

5 Non-Financial Ways to Build Wealth for 2022

If you are ready to start building wealth or continue a journey that you have already started, here are five non-financial ways to build wealth:

Biden Extending the Pause on Student Loan Repayment an Additional 90 Days

Biden Extending the Pause on Student Loan Repayment an Additional 90 Days

How I Plan to Use the Avalanche Method to Pay off my Student Loans

This past year, I’ve been tackling my debt. I had 4 credit cards I wanted to pay off and so far I’ve paid off three. I have one left, and since I’ve been using the Avalanche method, I am on track to pay it off in two months. I’m going to use all of the money that I was previously using to pay down my credit cards on my student loans.

How Changing My Mindset Helped Me Save $20K

In this last year, I’ve invested and saved 20K, and I’ve never done that. Taking a step back and looking at debt holistically, has given me the confidence to tackle my student debt.

Refinancing my $176K Student Debt with Snowball

My first job paid me $48K a year, I had just moved to the City, I didn’t have money to do anything, really, because my student debt bill was $2,100 a month. I didn’t understand at the time how to refinance smartly, and how I could get a better interest rate.

Refinancing My Student Loans With a Co-Signer

Getting a cosigner is a big decision, so it’s important to carefully consider the pros and cons of a cosigner before asking someone to cosign a student loan refinancing with you.

When NOT to Refinance Your Student Loans

Whether or not you should refinance your student loans depends entirely on your financial situation and on the type of loans you have — there are both pros and cons to refinancing.

Budgeting for the Holidays with Dannielle of First Gen Money

Don’t get into debt for holiday gifts. Giving gifts is not representative of our love and appreciation for our families.

What is Federal Student Loan Consolidation?

If you find yourself with multiple federal student loans. You have an opportunity to consolidate (combine) them into one one loan with a fixed interest rate.

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