It’s the Holiday season! We all know what that means' Office parties, holiday gatherings, time with distant family and not so close friends. Which all could lead to extended time for small talk, with people we possibly may not see until the next holiday season. So why not drop some holiday knowledge and entertain them […]
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They say that a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step. The same can be said for retirement planning. How much have you contributed to your retirement so far this year' Will you have enough to live on for the last twenty or thirty years of your life' If you are like […]
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The home warranty industry in the United States began in the 1970s. At that point, the real estate sector experienced solid growth, and a variety of home insurance companies began offering contracts of coverage for home systems and appliances. The industry evolved over time, and these insurance options became known as home warranties. Nowadays, millions […]
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This is the latest in a series of interviews with fellow personal finance bloggers. Today’s guest is Matt from Finance Yo Self. Who is Matt' Matt: I’m a restaurant manager, photography lover, hamburger enthusiast, and blogger. Why did you start your blog' Matt: I discovered the concept of FIRE about three years ago reading the […]
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Christmas is just seven weeks away, and your family must be jam-packed with friends and planning events for this special day. Every family member must be busy in the planning phase. Purchasing gifts, wrapping them and jotting the list of guests for their Christmas party. The only problem that comes to our mind during this […]
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It’s time. For the next six weeks or so I’m taking a Holiday from Debt Discipline. With over four years of consistent blogging under my belt, now feels like an excellent time for a break. My plan is not to produce any original content over the next forty-five days or so, but still host some […]
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Every year, renters fret over how they will get back their security deposits. If you care about your money, you want to get back as much of your security deposit as possible. Here’s how renters can get back their security deposits without going to any extreme measures. Don’t Throw out your Apartment Checklist When you […]
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This post contains affiliate links. It helps keep the lights on here at Debt Discipline. Welcome to our October net worth update. We continue to enjoy the unusually warm weather in the Northeast during the month. We kept active during the month which seems to add to its quickness. During Columbus Day weekend we tested […]
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With two of three children already in college and a third possible entering in three years, avoiding student debt has been a topic of conversation in our house for some time now. We have talked to our three children about making an educated decision from the beginning. Looking at the complete picture of a higher […]
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This is the latest in a series of interviews with fellow personal finance bloggers. Today’s guest is Melissa Berry from Sunburnt Saver. Who is Sunburnt Saver? Melissa: I’m Melissa Berry, and basically, I’m your average Millennial with student loan debt! What makes me stand out is how passionate I am about reducing that debt – […]
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Posted: Oct 20 2017 @ 5:00 AM
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