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May value

Another month comes to a close, and as usual, here are some of the things that have been giving me value this month.

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Lifestyle

Think twice before paying off mortgage

This was originally published on Monday, May 30 ,2016 in the Pacific Daily News.  Click here to subscribe to the PDN.

Q: My husband and I purchased our first home 10 years ago. 620 more words

Debt

#33 + the emergency fund

Found the following article worth a read & liked the writers honesty. How many people would honestly have the cash (not credit or redraw) to pay for a $400 emergency right now? 54 more words

Frugal

Coffee Break: Are You One Paycheck Away from Disaster?

If you are, you aren’t alone.

Approximately 63% of Americans have no emergency savings for things such as a $1,000 emergency room visit or a $500 car repair…

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How pregnancy affects your finances

Two weeks ago, we were on such a roll in getting our debt paid off. In the 5 weeks prior, we had paid off $8,293.87 of our debt ($4,183.96 had been our tax refund). 30 more words

Personal Finance

The One Where I Decided To Be A Millionaire

Started at the bottom… And I’m still here! I am not complaining though. I know that being a millionaire doesn’t happen overnight. I started working (a semi-regular day job. 283 more words

Investing

2016 Money Challenges

There are so many plans and ideas to help you save money to pay off debt or build a savings account. I’ve put together easy money saving challenges so you can see which is best for you and your lifestyle this new year. 622 more words

Budget