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This post has 16 simple but effective tips for budgeting when you’re pregnant. Get your finances in order, increase your income and/or cut down on your spending, and work out exactly how to afford what you need before you baby’s arrival. Almost two years ago, I found out I was pregnant by taking a pregnancy … Read More about 16 Top Tips For Budgeting When You’re Pregnant The post 16 Top Tips For Budgeting When […]

Making a budget is one of the best ways to get your finances in order. Not only does it help you keep track of your spending, but it can also help you set financial objectives and save money. However, creating and following a budget can be difficult if you don’t have the right tools. That’s where a budget binder comes in. A budget binder is a great way to stay organized and motivated while working […]

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Flexible scheduling and the beauty of technology in the workplace has allowed for more opportunities than ever to work from home — either part or full-time — rather than hanging out in the office seven days a week. That being said, just any space won’t usually do for you to get your productive and creative juices flowing. You need an area of the house you can call your very own. The catch? You also can’t […]

The post Millionaire Interview 15 – LiveFrugaLee appeared first on Dividend Power. Millionaire Interview 15. I have started a series called Millionaire Interviews. There is no better way to learn how to build wealth than from those who have already done so. Along those lines, I ask millionaire bloggers or even millionaires who are not bloggers a series of 11 questions that they answer. The questions are highlighted in bold and the answers are below each […]

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The U.S. Department of Education has implemented several waivers for income-driven repayment plans. Colloquially, these have become known as the “IDR Waiver”, although there is no specific program actually named this directly. These waivers have updated or fixed several issues impacting borrowers on income-driven repayment plans, such as Income-Based Repayment (IBR), Income-Contingent Repayment (ICR), Pay as you Earn (PAYE), and Revised Pay as you Earn (REPAYE). Here are the changes and fixes that borrowers on […]

Should I Buy an Instant Pot? Everywhere you turn, people are raving about their Instant Pot. The excitement of cooking a roast in such a short time has everyone in a tizzy. But is a digital pressure cooker really a … Read More

Money seems to be a hotly discussed topic. Parents talk about it. Government talks about it. It affects prices and the ability to live in a society. It determines our ability to be able to afford the things that we need and want. Money is something that often gets discussed when taking a new job … Read More about How to Budget When You Are Already Behind The post How to Budget When You Are […]

We explain how we reached two big milestones (not necessarily good ones!) this month, talk about taxes, and review charities for digital equity. Continue reading How We Hit 2 Milestones in 1 Month (and Our April Budget) at TicTocLife.