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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The Pros and Cons of Flexible Spending Accounts

The following post is from Christina of Northern Cheapskate: This is often the time of year that employers start filling your mailbox with information about open enrollment.  Don't treat this information lightly.  This is the one time of the year that you can make changes to your family's health insurance plan, add life insurance or…

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Giveaway: Financial Peace University from Dave Ramsey

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I've shared in the past that I don't necessarily agree with everything Dave Ramsey teaches, but there is no doubt that he's one of the smartest, most motivating financial teachers around today! For someone struggling to stick to a budget or climb out of debt, Dave offers a vision for the future and a realistic…

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