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Nate

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Name:
Hacking Your Budget
Category:
Budgeting
Tags:
finance, saving, frugal, family, investing, making money
Start Year:
2015

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Location:
New York, New York, United States
Age:
20s
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Unspecified
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Male
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Latest Blog Posts

Growing up, millennials saw people with mediocre jobs living a modest and normal life. These people didn’t have huge houses or flashy cars, they didn’t go on vacation four times a year.  This wasn’t the picture of financial success. The people doing that were celebrities, doctors or lawyers. These people had nicer things than everyone […] The post The Secret Truths Behind Achieving Financial Success in 2018 appeared first on Hacking ...
Posted: Dec 08 2017 @ 5:57 PM
Being a millennial you have the choice to start being smart about your money and create a plan to lead a better life, or you be like millions of Americans who live paycheck to paycheck until retirement. I don’t know about you but I would much rather go with the first option.  But, how do […] The post Take control of your finances RIGHT NOW! appeared first on Hacking Your Budget. ...
Posted: Dec 07 2017 @ 2:01 PM
Looking for cable TV alternatives in 2018 to save money and not pay for random, obscure channels' We’re going to take a look at: Sling TV | Netflix | Hulu | CBS All Access | Showtime | PlayStation Vue TV | Amazon Prime Video | HBO GO Here’s the deal: If you’re looking for how to watch […] The post 8 Fantastic, Cord-cutting Alternatives to Cable TV for 2018 appeared first on Hacking ...
Posted: Nov 13 2017 @ 7:06 PM
Yes, we all know that bringing your own breakfast and lunch to work is better financially (and for your health) than getting Dunking Donuts for breakfast and Subway for lunch.  If that is the case then why do so many people stroll into work with a Starbucks coffee & breakfast sandwich, and at lunch buy […] The post Why you should start bringing your breakfast and lunch to work appeared first ...
Posted: Nov 10 2017 @ 2:03 PM
So I’m trying to save about $2,700 by the end of the year. The thing is, that $2,700 is going to be for a mountain bike and not necessarily anything to improve our financial situation. So this is the one I’m looking at. Let’s throw some link authority Trek’s way. Trek Top Fuel 8 Pretty […] The post So I’m saving $2,700 for a new mountain bike… appeared first on Hacking ...
Posted: Oct 05 2016 @ 5:22 PM
The following is a guest post from Dominique over at MoneyGoody.com where he writes about money and budgeting from the perspective of a millennial living in the city. Dominique had to relocate from the East Coast to Chicago for a job and wanted to share his experience affording such an expensive journey. I’m glad he did, because he offers some […] The post How to Afford Relocating to Another State for a Job appeared first on ...
Posted: Sep 25 2016 @ 5:55 PM
Saving money can be hard. There’s always something trying to pull your money away from you and there are always unexpected, random expenses that come up that get in the way. Car repairs, spontaneous eating out, medical expenses, home repair…you name it. All are forks in the road, but there are easy ways to keep […] The post How to Stay Motivated When Saving Money appeared first on Hacking Your Budget. ...
Posted: Aug 24 2016 @ 8:28 AM
Knowing you have a large purchase coming up can be overwhelming. A down payment on a house for example' Or maybe you’re paying cash for a car because you don’t want to go into debt for it' That’s a lot of money that you have to come up with. And with that type of savings […] The post How to Use CDs for Large Purchases appeared first on Hacking Your Budget. ...
Posted: Aug 10 2016 @ 6:18 PM
The following blog post is part of The Road to Financial Wellness blog tour. The Road to Financial Wellness is a three-month, grassroots campaign promoting financial empowerment on a national level and encourages people to pursue their dream lifestyle. Find out more about local events near you. The concept of financial empowerment can mean many things to many […] The post Education: The First Step Toward Financial Empowerment appeared first on Hacking Your Budget. ...
Posted: Jun 09 2016 @ 6:20 PM
In April, we ran into a problem. After the month was over, we analyzed our expenses and realized we spent $770 on food. And we’re a two person, two dog household! Seems high, right' Well with a little bit of effort in May, we spent 28.5% less on food. A full $220. And here’s how […] The post Save up to 28.5% on food next month with this simple method appeared ...
Posted: Jun 02 2016 @ 6:39 PM

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