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8 of Our Favorite Personal Finance Tips from Around the Blogosphere

This post originally appeared on Fabric When you write about personal finance all day, part of the job description is to keep up with everything that’s out there—the newest trends in how people are mastering their money and smart ways to make life that much simpler. After reading who-knows-how-many blog posts from around the internet, […]

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Top 15 Healthiest Cities in the U.S.

This post originally appeared on Fabric It’s no surprise that health and safety often top parents’ list when choosing where to settle down. Especially in the U.S., where many health indicators lag behind other wealthy nations, location can make all the difference when it comes to living a healthy lifestyle. According to the Centers for Disease Control and […]

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Want to Work from Home? Here are 11 Ideas to Get You Started

This post originally appeared on Fabric Maybe you’re looking to start a side hustle in order to make some extra cash. Or maybe you’re dipping your toe in the water because you’d like to create a fully fledged business for yourself. Whatever the case, starting a home-based business can be a great way to get […]

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Use These Tricks to Save and Payoff Debt Fast

This post originally appeared on Fabric You’ve made a budget, have a plan to get out of debt and you’ve even found a credit card that offers a great points plan. But, what if there were some even sneakier ways to save? We spoke to financial planners to see if they had some hacks that could make an even bigger difference […]

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5 Financial Lessons Learned from a Money Blogger’s Perspective

This post was originally published here on Melissa Blevins.com I haven’t always been good with money. In fact, I have coined myself a “free-spirited nerd”. In other words, I am really good at laying out plans, but when it comes time to implement them, I tend to sabotage my success. As former banker and Realtor, […]

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Perks, Points & Annual Fees – Which Card is Right for You?

This post originally appeared on Fabric When it comes to using credit cards, you already know the importance of being smart and responsible. Especially because their use can greatly impact your credit score and your ability to get a loan or a mortgage. And since well-managed credit cards can be such a useful tool for your overall financial […]