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Author Archives: Barbara Raus
Have a little wiggle room in your budget this semester? Consider making some payments toward your student loan interest. I know that your budget is probably tight, and each dollar you earn from a part-time job or cash that you… Continue reading
It’s been almost 5 years since I bought my house. Crazy, huh? A lot has changed in 5 years. I painted almost every room in the house—some twice. I learned the value of DIY and remodeled both bathrooms in the… Continue reading
As you think about savings goals, it’s really easy to think about that ideal end state. For example, I want an emergency fund with six months’ salary in it, so I calculate out what that will be and I set… Continue reading
This is the perfect week to think about savings. It’s America Saves Week! Truth of the matter is that when it comes to retirement and emergency savings many Americans aren’t saving enough. Present blogger included. Want some more savings truths?… Continue reading
As April inches closer and closer (c’mon Spring, get that snow off my lawn!), so does the deadline to file your taxes. As you look all the opportunities to reduce the amount you owe or increase your refund amount, don’t… Continue reading
Sure, you’ve only been back to school for a month or maybe less, but it’s already time to start thinking about spring break. Planning ahead can mean saving some big money when break time comes. Now is the time to… Continue reading
Whelp, it’s time for my annual birthday post. And it’s a big one because … wait for it … it’s my golden birthday (the year my birth date is the same as my age). If you’re preparing yourself for a… Continue reading