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 7 Ways to Stay Summer Fit without the Gym

7 Ways to Stay Summer Fit without the Gym

After a long, cold winter, it’s time to eat healthy, shed extra weight, and get back in shape for swimsuit season. Although many gyms offer deals and promotions for summer memberships, you don’t need to spend money to get a good workout. Warmer temperatures and longer days mean you have more options for how and when to workout. We’ve got 7 ways to get fit without buying a gym membership.

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Getting Your House Ready for an Efficient Summer

Home Improvement: Getting Your House Ready for an Efficient Summer

If you’re a homeowner, you know how harsh seasons can be on your house. When your home is damaged and not running efficiently, money is flying out the door. Now is the perfect time to fix any winter damage and prepare your home for summer. When you’re proactive and take preventative action, you’re keeping more money in your pocket in the long term.

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Planning for Retirement at Every Age

Planning for Retirement at Every Age

The economy has changed drastically over the past 20 years, and so has the way most of the young people in the country think about retirement. Gone are the days of working a lifetime for a single company with a guaranteed retirement fund. Today’s workforce functions with a lot of moving parts and most of the time saving for retirement is left up to the individual. Whether you’re in your 20s and are just beginning to think about retirement or you’re in your 60s and about to retire, we’ve got tips for how to make the most of your golden year finances.

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Spring Clean Your Credit Report

Spring Clean Your Credit Report

Spring always inspires us to clean up our wardrobes and homes. Something about the season makes us want to start fresh and get the year off to a good start. While you can’t start fresh with your credit report, spring is a great time to clean it up and move into the rest of the year with your best foot forward. Once your credit has gone bad, it can be hard to improve, but with the simple steps in this article, you can start increasing your credit score today.

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Kids and Good Money Habits

Kids and Money: Passing On Good Financial Habits

Becoming financially literate is just like learning a new language; It requires education, practice, and repetition to fully grasp and apply financial literacy in the world. Just as with foreign language, the sooner children are exposed to financial lingo, the better. However, as money-spending, saving, investing, donating adults, it can be easy to pass along bad money habits from the get-go. Here are several ways you can ensure your child is creating positive financial habits at an early age that will carry on through their teenage years and into adulthood.

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