How 2 People Can See Paris for $500 or Less

July 18, 2018

France is one of the most visited countries on Earth, and its capital city of Paris remains one of its biggest draws. This thriving metropolis boasts everything you could want in a European getaway — historic landmarks, world famous art, amazing food, and Insta-worthy photo ops galore. You can visit historic Notre Dame cathedral, roam enchanting neighborhoods like Saint Germain and Le Marais, see Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa at…

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9 Essential Personal Finance Skills to Teach Your Kid Before They Move Out

July 18, 2018

Your child is on the verge of moving out and living on their own. Are they prepared? Arming them with the right personal finance knowledge will give them a strong foundation to go and achieve many of their life goals. If their understanding of personal finance is lacking, they could begin their independent life on the wrong foot (and they may even come back home). Consider these ways that you…

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5 Affordable and Unforgettable Experiences to Have in National Parks This Summer

July 3, 2018

If you’re looking for cheap things to do over the summer season, consider a visit to one of our amazing national parks. There are dozens to choose from, each with its own charms and individual natural wonders to explore, and over the summer you can take part in exciting activities that won’t cost an arm and a leg. Here are the best cheap experiences to have in national parks this…

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10 Pointless Fees That Are Sabotaging Your Budget

June 14, 2018

When I read the word “fee,” what I see is, “something you should have avoided paying.” No one likes to pay fees, fines, service charges, or anything that sounds remotely like a penalty. While some fees are unavoidable — try taking a flight without paying the Passenger Civil Aviation Security Service Fee — there are plenty that you can sidestep by calling to complain, avoiding certain behaviors, or switching providers….

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