What’s the Best Option to Stream Live TV?

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You now have more inexpensive options than ever to stream live TV, but which gives you the most bang for your buck? Depending on your location, you can get a basic cable package between $25 and $45 monthly. For an affordability comparison, I will use $35 before taxes per month for the prices of the various streaming services. I will also take into account the number of channels offered. Hulu + Live...
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Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

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You’ve decided to stop living paycheck to paycheck, and now you have work to do. Money doesn’t magically stretch to cover all of your expenses because you need more time. You have to make it fight for you. *Contains Affiliate Links* Change Your Mind The first step in getting out of the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle is to consider your thoughts about money. Do you see more money as the answer...
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Self Care Shouldn’t be Expensive

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Self care is an essential part of successful living. Taking care of yourself ensures you can function at your highest capacity. However, your self-care practices can be pricey if you’re not mindful. Here are some popular ways to treat yourself without breaking the bank. Massage One of my favorite ways to relax is a deep-tissue massage. I used to pay $65 per month, plus tip, for a massage at...
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5 Best Items to Buy at Sam’s Club

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Buying in bulk at Sam’s Club is excellent for efficient shoppers. I like to stock up on non-perishable goods quarterly. I save so much money on paper towels, toilet paper, laundry detergent, and dishwasher tablets. Sam’s isn’t just good for cleaning supplies and household goods though. Here are the five best items to buy at Sam’s Club. Vitamins If you take a multivitamin or...
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Fact Check Finance: Wait to Invest Until You Pay Off Your Debt

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Dave Ramsey recommends that you wait to invest until after all of your consumer debt is paid off except for your mortgage. I understand the logic, but I don’t think it is a one-size-fits-all solution. Wait to Invest? Dave Ramsey has a financial freedom program that includes baby steps. Investing 15% of your income for retirement is baby step number four, after a small emergency fund, paying...
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