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Advice on eating cheap and healthy

Eating cheap and healthy can be a difficult thing. At times a cheap microwavable meal or the ease of ordering-in can be to tempting to pass up. The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported that a Harvard study found eating on a junk food


Best credit cards for post-grads

No longer are students signing up for their first credit card on the first day of college. New regulations make it more difficult to get a credit card any time you want, and many students are graduating college without ever having had a credit


Save money on your AC bill

As May rolls into June the cost of keeping your home cool will only rise. There are ways to cut corners and make cooling your home less of a financial hassle though. A home cooled through cost-effective methodology opens up funds to spend on


How can consumers cut their food bills?

One of the biggest issues that many consumers may run into over the course of a year is that they often spend more than they should on groceries. While food is obviously a necessity, the fact of the matter is that many people spend more than


4 cheap summer activities

As the UV index climbs somewhere above the abysmal number it hovers around during the winter months many people will be looking for ways to enjoy the weather without allowing their bank accounts to slip toward a level of numeric disappointment


Three ways to save money during your job hunt

Your job search has begun. You are a recent graduate, simply looking for a change of pace. Or maybe you have been seeking out a job for a bit longer than you'd like. In any case there are ways to make the process a little easier on your


What goes into a credit score? Why is it important?

These days, consumers probably hear an awful lot about their credit scores, and how important these are. But what they often do not hear is what actually goes into making up those scores, and the benefits and drawbacks that these


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