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Putting your children in daycare can be extremely expensive. If you're looking for ways to save, we have 6!: http://buff.ly/1LNtdFI
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With the price of Amazon Prime having gone up in the last year, is it still worth it to be a member? We look at the pros and cons:
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Tired of going from yard sale to yard sale in search of good deals? Use this short guide to find good yard sales so you can stop wasting your time: http://buff.ly/1WUuBfV
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In charge of throwing a bachelorette party, and don't want to go overboard with the costs? Try these 5 ideas instead:
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As a parent, it can be tough to know when to say "yes" and when to say "no" to your kids: http://buff.ly/1JsQAGJ
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If you're trying to save money on your first born, buying used items is the way to go. Here's what to focus on:
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It may seem tempting to use your 401(k) to pay off your student loans, especially if it's growing faster than your debt is decreasing. It's probably not the wisest idea:
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Have you been paying off your debt with such intensity, you've run out of steam? Here's how to get your motivation back:
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There are obvious costs to owning a home, but did you ever stop and think about the costs you incur when you sell?:
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Is your spouse not on board the frugal train? Don't despair - there are still ways to manage your spending jointly: http://buff.ly/1h8KRsL
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Tuition isn't the only expense incurred when attending college. There are many miscellaneous costs as well. Save on these to make college less of a burden on your wallet!: http://buff.ly/1E5bjhz
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When's the last time you checked your overall financial situation? If it's been a while, here's a refresher on what you should review to make sure you're on the right track: http://buff.ly/1TO2wrp
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Tushar Mathur maintains this Personal Finance blog called Everything Finance. The blog articles fall under these categories: Investing, saving money, shopping, blogging and making money online.

Since the very beginning, I have followed the money philosophy of “Pay Yourself First”. My wife and I put money in our savings first. Then we budget for our expenses.

The best advice that I can give is to always pay off the full credit card balance each month. If you can’t then, that means you are living beyond your income and that’s the worst. Also, always be on the lookout for saving money on utilities by calling your current companies and asking them if they have deals or you. Believe it or not, they always have something that you can take advantage of.

Start saving for college when your kid is in the womb OR as early as possible. Tuition expenses are only going to go up, so start early. I wrote about saving for kids’ education on my blog as well.

The most powerful and favorite financial tool for me has to be Mint.com. I can see my entire Financial Living at a glance. I can keep track of my income and expenses easily. And they have an iPhone app.