15 MONEY SAVING TIPS THAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW

15 MONEY SAVING TIPS THAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW

15 MONEY SAVING TIPS THAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW If you are about to start university then this might be your first time handling your own budget, as well as taking care of your own cooking and cleaning. It can be both an exciting and daunting time, and here are my top 15 tips to help you save money at university. MAKE A BUDGET By now you should know what income you will be getting from student loans, your parents (if they are helping you out financially) and any…

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HOW FIRST-TIME HOME BUYERS CAN SAVE MONEY

HOW FIRST-TIME HOME BUYERS CAN SAVE MONEY

HOW FIRST-TIME HOME BUYERS CAN SAVE MONEY SAVE MONEY : Buying a home will probably be the biggest investment you ever make. For first-time home buyers it’s a huge achievement, but it’s not without it’s fair share of headaches. Finding the right property can take months, but that’s just the first step in what can be a long process. Buyers can quickly become blinded by granite and quartz counter tops, hardwood floors, and fenced-in backyards, without giving due diligence to proper financial planning. If you’re a first-time home buyer, here are…

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Money Saving Tips for Backpacking Travels

Money Saving Tips for Backpacking Travels

Money Saving Tips for Backpacking Travels How to Save Money While Travelling Money Saving : Travel money tips are like gold, because let’s be honest, travel money can get a little confusing at times. On your gap year you’ll be dealing with multiple currencies and multiple exchange rates, especially if you’re travelling from country to country. It can be a nightmare when you’ve got AU dollars, NZ dollars and US dollars in your wallet / purse, let alone with Cambodia Riel, Laotian Kip, Thai Baht and Vietnamese Dong. That’s why it…

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5 Simple Money Saving Tips for Families

5 Simple Money Saving Tips for Families

5 Simple Money Saving Tips for Families Simple Money : From looking for deals to learning how to pinch pennies, pretty much everyone is trying to save a little money! If making a budget and sticking to it is not your strong suit, don’t worry. Changing your money habits has its challenges, but with little effort, you can cut down on unnecessary purchases and start building up a sizeable savings account. We’ve compiled a list of some of the absolute best (not to mention relatively easy) money saving tips for families.…

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Ten proven money-saving tips

Ten proven money-saving tips

Ten proven money-saving tips Ten proven : Saving money is key to all schools, but where do you start? Recent research pinpoints the main areas to consider Ten proven : Every school business professional should consider ways to save their school money. That’s a given. Knowing where to start or what to do is the hard part. To help, here is a summary of the ten key propositions for cutting costs at your school based on recent research carried out by OEE Consulting on behalf of NASBM: Keep reminding the senior…

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MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR THE GROWING FAMILY

MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR THE GROWING FAMILY

MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR THE GROWING FAMILY MONEY SAVING : As our family grows we continue to search for ways to save money.  We want to add a third member to our jeweled rose in 2013 and are even more interested in saving money where we can (college is EXPENSIVE!)  Here are some of the changes I have implemented as a mom  in our journey as growing family! Money Saving Tips for Families Sign Up for Customer Rewards Programs Signing up for customer rewards programs is free and full of…

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MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS  MONEY SAVING : You’re an idealistic, passionate, eager fresh graduate and you just landed your first job. When you received your first paycheck, you treated family or friends to a round of drinks. You’re excitedly looking for a more upscale apartment, and you can’t wait to go on retail therapy once you receive that shiny plastic card with a huge credit limit. MONEY SAVING : If you’re a young professional, you can probably relate to this scenario. Although there’s absolutely nothing wrong in enjoying…

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Your No-Debt Summer Starts With These Money Saving Tips

Money Saving

Your No-Debt Summer Starts With These Money Saving Tips Money Saving : Warm weather’s on the way, and that means vacations, concerts, parties… and big bills to pay for them. So Nicole Lapin’s gonna show you how to afford all that well-deserved good stuff. Money Saving : W hen i turned 30, I made a list of 30 fun things I wanted to do that year, and while—okay—I’m 32 now, I recently crossed off one of the best items on the list: skydiving. It was terrifying, exhilarating, and expensive—to the…

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Lazy Money Saving Tips

Lazy Money Saving Tips

Lazy Money Saving Tips Money Saving : It’s hard to believe the holiday shopping season is upon us. Whether you celebrate Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day, or just have a lot of family events coming up, wouldn’t it be nice to trim money off the usual bills? Sometimes, the little things really do add up to big savings, and I’m not talking about coupons. (I love coupons, but often am frustrated because the things I buy tend not to have coupons or go on sale. Am I alone?) Easy Money…

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Collaborating Patient Care: 4 Tips From a Medical Doctor

Collaborating Patient Care: 4 Tips From a Medical Doctor

Collaborating Patient Care: 4 Tips From a Medical Doctor Collaborating : When someone finds out that both of my parents are medical doctors (MDs), they look shocked and blown away. They ask, “What do your parents think about you choosing naturopathic medicine?” The misconception that this has created some sort of controversy in my family always throws me off. My parents, like myself, believe that naturopathic doctors (NDs) and MDs can (and should) work together to provide patients with the best care.  In leu of the recent article published by Huffington post (read…

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