Better Personal Finance with the Personal Capital App

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Personal Capital for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Today, you can do almost everything from your mobile phone -- create a shopping list, email for business, connect with friends, read your favorite blogs or magazines, etc. You should be able to manage your…

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Couples and Money: How to Have a Healthy Relationship

The following post is from Christina of Northern Cheapskate: One of the biggest sources of stress in a relationship is money.  From how it's spent to how much is saved, there are hundreds of decisions to be made.  And when you have two people who are trying to make the decisions together, it's even more…

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6 Steps to Get on Track Financially Next Year

The following post is from Christina of Northern Cheapskate: 6 Steps to Get on Track Financially Next Year photo credit: Keri OmuroSometimes when you get to the end of the year, you just want it to be over. Maybe you’ve made some bad decisions, had unexpected trials, or are just plain tired. There’s something rejuvenating about starting…

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How to Use Mint.com to Create a Budget and Set Goals

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There aren't many people who would argue against the benefits of creating a budget and making sure your budget is realistic. However, that's pretty much where the agreement ends. Ask a dozen different people how they budget, and you're likely to get a dozen different answers. From cash envelop budgets to zero-based budgets and from…

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