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Having a monthly budget is a hallmark of adulthood. However, sticking to a monthly budget is easier in theory than in practice. But as with any other skill, staying on budget gets easier with regular, consistent practice. Here are 15 tips for staying on track with your monthly budget. 1. Pay your savings “bill” first.
How much time do you spend in front of the TV? According to the ratings company Nielsen, the average American spends a whopping 20 percent of their day watching television. But this doesn’t necessarily mean you’re viewing it on a traditional screen—or even that you’re a cable or satellite television subscriber.
Regardless of how much money you earn, and regardless of your personal monthly budget, there are several ways to ensure that everyone can afford to save on a regular basis.
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Envious ladies across the world are abuzz about the upcoming Royal Wedding – the dress, the ring, the colors! Oh my! With a price tag of around $48 million, it makes the average American wedding, coming in just under a measly $27,000 seem almost affordable. For those of you planning your own not-so-royal affair, check