1. Avoiding Debt: Five spending habits to stay on the right path

    Cutting Credit CardsIf you fall into debt, finding your way out can sometimes seem nearly impossible. As interest continues to compound, your payments increase and the strain on your finances worsens every month. To prevent this from happening, avoid debt in the first place by practicing these five smart spending habits.

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  2. Budget-Friendly Summer Party Ideas

    Outdoor Summer PartySummer may be a time for parties and celebrations, but it’s also a time when expenses can rise as quickly as the temperature. Budgets may be strained if the kids are enrolled in summer camp or summer sports leagues. Family vacations can come with a hefty price tag, too.

    Before spending big bucks on a summer party, consider these budget-friendly tips:

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  3. Budget-Friendly Activities for Father’s Day

    Family Playing CardsTight budgets can keep the reins on family entertainment and activities, but you don’t have to shell out a lot of money to have fun with dad. Dads love just about anything that involves having their family around. Just use your imagination and keep in mind dad’s interests and energy level when deciding which Father’s Day activities to pursue.

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  4. Father’s Day Gifts Don’t Have to Be Costly to Be Cool

    Man taking family picturePerhaps your first financial advice came from dad: Stick to a budget. Save for retirement. Pay your bills on time – wise words that dad likely adhered to as well.

    The good news is that you don’t have to spend a lot on a great gift for Father’s Day. With a little creativity, you may not even have to spend anything.

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  5. Tips for Kids for Saving Money

    Girl Putting Money in PiggybankWhen is it too early to start teaching your children about the importance of saving money and how to save? Never. The sooner your kids learn how to manage money, the better off they’ll be in the long run.

    To help ensure that your kids grow up understanding the value of a hard-earned dime or dollar, follow these money-saving tips for kids:

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