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5 Dumb Things We Did With Our Student Loans All Posts / Saving Money / Student Loan Debt

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I have two main goals with this blog.  The first is to inspire those who have student loans or other forms of debt to live below their means so that they can pay off their debt as quickly as possible.

The second goal is to reach those who are currently in college or will be heading to college soon.  Many young people believe that attending college immediately after high school is the only path to success.  If their parents can’t afford to help them pay for college, they often think student loans are their only option.


4 Ways to Find an Affordable Vet All Posts / Frugal Living / Saving Money

As veterinary medicine has advanced, most vet hospitals have purchased expensive equipment in order to provide critical care for seriously ill pets.  These days, it’s not uncommon for dogs with cancer or other fatal diseases to receive chemotherapy, highly specialized surgeries, or other costly treatments.


Shopping for a New Car? Here’s How to Find the Best End of Year Deals All Posts / Frugal Living / Saving Money

*This guest post is sponsored by  CO-OP Member Center, a wholly owned subsidiary of CO-OP Financial Services.

Auto makers have always had a calendar year of their own that rarely if ever, squares with the January to December calendar year observed by the people they hope to count as customers.  Model year 2017 cars are already arriving in dealership showrooms. And, though model year 2016’s may remain until the end of the year, the rallying cry throughout the industry – is “Everything must go!”


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