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The holidays season is about to start and with it will come several opportunities to make financial mistakes. Many people start the New Year off in a desperate financial situation that can be avoided with just a few common sense tips and a little planning before the holidays actually start.
 

Do you have a desire to live more comfortably financially speaking now and in the future? It doesn’t have to be all about earning more money. The concept of living below your means now so that you can retire earlier and more financially set later is a way of life that is different.
 

One of the keys to financial success is understanding that the use of savings or debt for purchases has a major impact on your future financial success. More to the point, how you pay for any purchase has a direct correlation to your future financial success.
 

The time between Labor Day and Thanksgiving is the perfect time to make a few financial adjustments that can be very rewarding. Knowing the money moves to consider is important and starts with answering four basic questions. 
 

If you’re looking for a fresh start in your finances, or even a few reminders to help you stay on track, we have 3 simple financial rules you can follow!
 

Everyone makes hundreds of financial decisions in their lifetime and no one ever makes them all correctly. However, there are a few mistakes that everyone needs to avoid to avert financial catastrophes. These are decisions that can have long lasting consequences.
 

It’s July, half the year has already passed and if you haven’t achieved all of your financial goals, don’t worry. There is plenty of time to straighten out your problems and get back on track with your financial goals with a few simple strategies.

For anyone who wants to improve their financial situation, the first step is usually tracking their spending to see where their money is going. The second and much harder step, deciding where their money should be going which usually means a drastic change in financial habits.  
 

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