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How to Save on Landscaping

Tending to a lawn and garden can get expensive. Between seeds, fertilizer and gardening supplies, costs can be high enough to take the pleasure out of lawn care. Here are seven creative ways to save on landscaping, so you can have your well-tended lawn and your budget, too.

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Savings 101: What Is a Share Certificate?

No one wants to play around with savings. A share certificate is a great way to invest your savings in a place that offers your money its biggest chance at growth without risking a loss. Continue reading to learn about this savings option, and whether or not it is right for you!

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5 Budget-Friendly Valentine’s Day Recipes

Valentine’s Day calls for decadent, delicious dishes. But that doesn’t mean you need to spend a fortune! We’ve gathered five inexpensive recipes to enjoy on this special day…continue reading and get cooking!

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10 Key Features to Look for In a New Car

If you’re in the market for a new set of wheels, how do you decide which features to look for? To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of 10 key features you might want to consider in your new car, as well as a list of features you can skip…

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How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day on a Budget

According to the National Retail Federation, the average American spends $221.34 on Valentine’s Day each year. That’s a lot of money to spend on a one-day celebration! Lucky for you, there are ways to enjoy a romantic evening without going into debt. Here’s how:

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Encouraging Children to Save Money

Giving your children a sound financial education should be an integral part of your parenting, and it all goes toward creating a financial-life balance. We’ve compiled a list of steps you can take to achieve your goal! Continue reading to get started.

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Five Advantages of Paying Bills With a Credit Card

Credit cards offer incredible convenience. It seems like a no-brainer to use that convenience for taking the hassle out of paying bills. While you most likely cannot pay your mortgage or car payments with a credit card, most other bills can be paid using this method. Here are five advantages of paying these bills with credit!

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