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February 2016

  • How to Avoid Budgeting Burnout

    Avoiding Budgeting Burnout


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    At some point in the past several months, most of us have started a budget, or at least had the desire to start one. And then months pass and here we find ourselves in one of two places: 1. budgeting or 2. not budgeting. And there’s a whole spectrum of…

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    Aspiration Review: Better Banking for All


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    A few months ago, we gave you an inside look at our money funnel, a prioritized order in which we allocate our incoming dough. While we try not to tinker too much with our funnel, we’re always on the lookout for better places to park our money within our system.…

  • Pros and Cons of Running a Small Business

    Pros & Cons of Running a Small Business


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    The last few months have both sped by and at other times felt like a very, very slow crawl. We’ve gotten less sleep than we did during Sally and Winnie’s newborn days. And we’ve wondered more than a few times if we have any idea what we’re doing. It’s been…

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    Sock Away College Savings with Upromise


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    Just a heads up, this post is sponsored by the fine folks at Upromise. This should go without saying, but all opinions are our own and came straight from our own noggins. On most families’ list of obligatory “financial to-dos” is saving for college. We’re part of that group, and…