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Let’s Throw Some Money at Our Problems: March 2015 Check-in

It’s time to check in on our debt payments and savings goals again.

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Increased Income and Decreased Generosity

If you’re earning “enough” and you’ve got a little bit left over, and you’re only ever going to have a little bit left over, why not share some of what you’ve got? But now I’ve got more than a little bit left over, and I’m starting to think of my money as stackable units.

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Let’s Throw Some Money at Our Problems: February 2015 Check-in

Tackling that debt.

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Tailored Financial Advice

Tara Siegel Bernard writes in the Times that financial services companies like Fidelity, which provides employer-based retirement plans for more than 13 million workers, have started to tailor financial advice and messaging to specific demographics: members of generational and income groups, Hispanics, and women.

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Cheap v. Frugal

There is a difference between Cheap and Frugal.

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Let’s Throw Some Money at Our Problems: January 2015 Check-in

Pull up those balances!

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What Do We Want to Spend More Money on in 2015?

We are what we repeatedly buy, right? (That’s totally what Aristotle said. Everyone else translated the Greek incorrectly.) So what do we want to spend more money on this year? How do we actually want to use our hard-earned dollars?

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Living In Fear Of My Bank Account

I have a tendency to stick my head in the sand and pretend that my bank account isn’t even there.

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