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Andrew Daniels

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Family Money Plan
General Finance
Frugality/Saving, Earning More/Hustling
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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
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A travel budget is your ticket to the trip of your dreams. The best things in life might be free, but the next best things–like travel!–can cost a pretty penny. By learning how to budget for a trip, you can make your dream vacation a reality faster than you think.   What is a travel […] The post How to Budget for a Trip appeared first on Family Money Plan. ...
Posted: Jan 21 2019 @ 6:39 PM
In 2012, knelt on the floor, with my forehead resting on the edge of my bed, I was crumpled into nothingness, hysterically sobbing. In that moment, I felt totally and utterly hopeless, because… I had a problem that nobody knew. I was carrying a secretive and out-of-control, $77,000 of debt that was spread across lines […] The post How One Woman Paid Off Over $70000 in Debt in Under 2 Years ...
Posted: Jan 17 2019 @ 4:14 PM
These are the best ways to earn passive income in 2019 Make more money. This advice is some of the most common and powerful advice given when it comes to taking your finances to the next level. But making money takes time, and there’s a good chance that your schedule is already overflowing.   The […] The post Top 20+ Passive Income Ideas: 20+ Ways to Earn Passive Income in 2019 ...
Posted: Jan 15 2019 @ 8:55 PM
Today is a big day. Today we are going to learn how to win the money game and the one simple formula that will make all the difference in you getting set up to win the money game. We have already set up to keep track on how we are doing with money.  We have built […] The post How to Win the Money Game appeared first on Family Money Plan. ...
Posted: Jan 05 2019 @ 3:22 PM
If there is something we can all use after the holidays it’s a financial check-up. If you feel like your credit card bill is so big it needs it’s own mailbox, you aren’t alone.  It seems to come every year… family gatherings, work outings, shopping, Christmas parties, the list goes on and on… It’s like […] The post How to Get Ahead Financially this Year appeared first on Family Money Plan. ...
Posted: Jan 04 2019 @ 10:25 AM
This year I’ve decided to set myself up for success. More importantly, I’m defining success before I start to go after it. I’m using something called the daily 5. These are the 5 things that I need to do every day to ensure that my day is successful. You see I’m the type of person […] The post How to Use the Daily 5 In Your Life for Success appeared first ...
Posted: Jan 03 2019 @ 3:47 PM
You have a special lady in your life, and you want to treat her right. But this year, you’ve agreed to set a $50 limit. Finding a great gifts for her under $50 is a challenge but definitely doable. If you are like me you want to get your gifts out of the way as […] The post 20+ Great Gifts for Her Under $50 That Will Blow Her Mind appeared ...
Posted: Dec 13 2018 @ 6:17 PM
It’s no secret that Amazon Prime is designed to help you save money on shipping. We’ve all been there. You have the two items you need in your shopping cart only to realize that you’ve also added a shipping charge. Your choices used to be buy something extra or pay the cost. With a Prime […] The post A Look at Amazon Prime Benefits and All of Its Perks appeared first ...
Posted: Dec 07 2018 @ 5:47 PM
4 Ideas To Save On Christmas Spending Christmas season is officially here. If you managed to get some sweet deals and savings over, the past few weeks, good for you! When it comes to holiday shopping we all tend to get a little nuts in the frenzy. Here are 4 ideas to save on Christmas spending that […] The post 4 Quick Ideas To Save On Christmas Spending appeared first on Family Money ...
Posted: Dec 06 2018 @ 5:16 AM
Being a single mom is tough. You have to do everything – the cooking, cleaning, routine, discipline, school run, budgeting… and it can all be incredibly overwhelming. If you are a newly single mom, it can be a bit too much, especially if your ex was always the one who was in charge of the […] The post How to Survive Financially as a Single Mom appeared first on Family Money ...
Posted: Dec 02 2018 @ 6:31 PM


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