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Winter Break: Money Saving Tips

  • Budget
  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Vacation
  • Travel

Winter break is approaching and many young people will be traveling home to spend time with family or to get away to somewhere warm for a little while. Traveling at any time of year can be expensive, but during winter break, when everyone is trying to travel, prices can be at an all-time high. Using the tips in this article, you can save money on winter break travel so that you’ll have more to save or spend when you get there.

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Grown Up Halloween Treats for Cheap

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  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Holidays

Halloween is coming! If you’re hosting a Halloween party, check out this article for easy, cheap adult Halloween treats to serve to your guests. These treats all use affordable ingredients you can buy at your local grocery store.

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Last Minute Costume Ideas That Won’t Break the Bank

  • Budget
  • "Installment Loans"
  • "Save Money"
  • Holidays

Did you procrastinate on putting together a Halloween costume?  Renting or buying an elaborate costume last minute can get expensive quickly. Don’t worry – we’ve got six costume ideas that you can put together from your own closet.

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5 Outdoor Fall Activities to Fit Your Budget

  • "Save Money"
  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Community

With the summer heat fading and school in full swing, autumn is upon us. For many of us autumn is the last opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the weather before winter frost blankets our neighborhoods. If you are planning some family this fall CreditBox has 5 fall outdoor activities that will fit your budget.

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5 Must-Read Online Financial News Sources

  • "Installment Loans"
  • "Save Money"
  • Educational
  • Finance

Staying on top of financial news may not seem like the most exciting way to spend your time, but it’s a good way to learn about finance and make sure you’re making the right financial moves for you. Reading financial news will help you become more rounded and spend smarter, especially if you read a variety of content about everything from investing to personal finance. In the article below, we’ve got 5 financial news sources that you should read every day to understand the world of money around you.

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Your Guide to Paying Off Student Loan Debt

  • Bills
  • Graduation
  • Loans
  • Educational

Accumulating student debt is easy. Paying it off can seem very hard. However, using the tips in this article, you can start paying your student debt off now.

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How to Build a Holiday Budget

  • Bills
  • Budget
  • Holidays

The holiday season is approaching, and with it comes lots of extra expenses for gifts, travel, dinners, and celebrations. Planning your budget for October, November, and December can seem like a daunting task, but when you follow the steps in this article, creating a Holiday budget and sticking to it will be easy. Your future self will thank you for taking the time now to plan for holiday expenses. 

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College Earning: How to Make Money at School

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  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Educational

While you’re at college or university, studying and earning your degree should be your top priority. However, if you have some extra time and would like to make some extra cash, there are a few ways you can make money while you’re at school. Plus, if you’re making a little extra money and putting it directly toward your student loans, you’ll graduate with less debt to worry about.

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Summer Travel Series: Nevada on a Budget

  • Nevada
  • Vacation
  • Travel

Nevada, known as “The Silver State,” “The Sagebrush State,” and the “Battle Born State,” entered into statehood on October 31, 1864 as the 36th state to join the Union. People tend to associate Nevada with Las Vegas, but there are many other interesting cities and attractions in the state. Whether you’re visiting to gamble a bit, see the city sights, or explore Nevada’s vast array of outdoor attractions, you can take a fun-filled vacation without breaking your budget. Check out the complete guide to Nevada budget travel below to fill your trip with free or next to free fun.

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4 Myths About Your Credit Score and Credit Report

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  • CreditBox
  • Educational

Having good or bad credit affects how you can spend money and what you can buy. Building your credit up opens a lot of doors like having the ability to buy a house or car or open a credit card. However, there’s a lot of confusion about which things truly affect your credit positively and negatively. Below, there are four credit myths that are commonly perceived to be true. 

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