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How to Set Up an Effective Family Budget

In order to control the spending of the family, one must set up budget. It ensures that your hard earned money is not wasted. It allows you save enough money which can be used on more important things such as your child’s education or can be saved for retirement. In …

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8 Things to Do Before You Invest Your Money

1. Create and live by a monthly household budget. Be sure that your budget is realistic. Write down each of your expenses individually and use some software that you can record your budget on and then plug in the actual costs as they happen so that you can adjust if …

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Common Sense Tips For Saving Money on Groceries

Everybody needs groceries. We all eat, and we all buy food. Sticking to your grocery budget is crucial in these times of economic uncertainty, and the food budget is often one of the areas where we have quite a bit of flexibility in our spending. There are a few tips …

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How to Save on Eating Out ?Become an Early Diner!

Given a shrinking economy, it has become somewhat of a national passion for seeing how much we can cut out of our discretionary spending. An excellent place to start is looking at what and how we spend when dining away from home. There are five ways to save big time. …

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How to Save on Eating Out ?Bring Your Own Bottle!

Given a shrinking economy, it has become somewhat of a national passion for seeing how much we can cut out of our discretionary spending. An excellent place to start is looking at what and how we spend when dining away from home. There are five ways to save big time. …

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How to Save on Eating Out ?Share a Meal!

Given our shrinking the economy, it has become somewhat of a national passion for seeing how much we can cut out of our discretionary spending. An excellent place to start is looking at what and how we spend when dining away from home. There are five ways to save big …

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How to Save on Eating Out?Bring a Toddler Or Two!

Given a shrinking economy, it has become somewhat of a national passion for seeing how much we can cut out of our discretionary spending. An excellent place to start is looking at what and how we spend when dining away from home. There are five ways to save big time. …

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Have You Given Your Child a Wealth Education Chat Yet?

This is a vital subject, but most parents tend to leave it till after the ‘birds and bees’ talk and in some cases, not discussed at all. Growing up in New Zealand (which, let’s face it is remarkably similar to growing up in Australia), and looking back on my childhood …

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