How To Save On Your Electricity Bill At Home In 4 Simple Ways

Are you looking for ways to save money on your electricity bill? If so, you’re in luck! In this blog post, we’ll share four simple ways that you

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How To Save On Taxes And Get More Cash Flow In The House

Is it really possible to get more cash flow by paying less in taxes? Absolutely! In fact, there are a number of strategies that businesses can use to

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How To Tour Disney On A Budget: Your Budgetnista Guide 

So you want to go to Disney on a budget? No problem! There are plenty of ways to cut costs and still have a great time at the

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How To Save On Gas Money In 15 Simple Ways + More Tips

Saving money on gas can be a challenge, but it’s not impossible. In this article, we’ll discuss 15 simple ways to save on gas money, as well as

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18 Tips On How To Save Money For A Car

You’ve been dreaming about it since your 16th birthday: hitting the road, unencumbered by parents or driving instructors, and receiving the keys to your very own car! Then

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How Much Money Should I Save Before Buying a House

When it comes to buying a house, how much money you should save before making the purchase depends on a few things. You’ll need to factor in how

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Love & Money: 5 Ways to Have a Happier Relationship Through Money Talks

The Budgetnista advises couples navigating COVID-19 and their finances. With 2020 a thing of the past (thank goodness!), many couples have taken the extra time at home due

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5 Ways to Thrive Through a Recession

In February 2020, the United States economy officially entered a recession (when a country experiences an economic downturn for at least 6 consecutive months). Because of COVID-19 and

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The Budgetnista’s Favorite Things for 2021

*Cue singing voice* Cash back and savings, rewards and discounts, investments and deposits in large amounts, and credit checks for FREE… These are a few of my faaaavvvoorite

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13 tips to curb your spending

Ever get to the end of the month (or worse yet, mid-month) and think, “Wait, where did all my money go?” We hear time and time again that

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