How to Read Your Electricity Bill

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Source: Jenna Careri [https://www.saveonenergy.com/] Energy bill charges explained Understanding your electricity bill is part of being an informed consumer – but it’s also tempting to skim over all the...

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18 People Tell Us How They’re Spending Their Tax Refunds This Year

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Tax Day is right around the corner — only two and a half weeks left to get those returns filed! I know it’s a normal and expected part of...

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3 Moves I Made To Improve My Finances & Work Life When I Turned 33

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I turned 33 in March. It’s not a big milestone year, and the festivities I had planned with my friends and family were pretty ordinary. Though I normally buy...

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5 Items For Your Financial Spring-Cleaning Checklist You May Not Have Thought Of Yet

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This post is brought to you by Root Insurance Co. With a third of the year already gone, now is the perfect time to review your finances and plan ahead...

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How I Went From A Negative Net Worth To Nearly $40K In 5 Years

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It’s now been 11 years since I graduated high school. Back in 2008, 18-year-old me was pumped to venture out into the world on her own and get a...

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The 20-Point Checklist For Getting Good With Money In Your 20s

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There’s one idea we repeat often when it comes to taking control of your finances: put it on autopilot. The less you have to think about things like putting money into...

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8 Wasteful Expenses To Cut Out Of Your Life This Week

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In my early days at TFD, I needed to make more significant adjustments in my finances to accommodate a different working situation — one from which I did not...

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How I Saved $18,000 During My First Year Out Of College

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The year after I graduated from my undergraduate program was one of the most financially challenging years of my life. Armed with a bachelor of business administration and cautious...

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How I Budget My $2,200 Monthly Income While Living In Los Angeles

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A few weeks ago, I moved a few thousand miles across the country for my first post-graduate, real-world, big-kid job. It’s been a really exciting and only slightly terrifying...

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