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Saving Money When Your Baby is On The Way

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Dear Dollar Stretcher, I’m expecting a baby! It’s my first so everything is new for me. I’m feeling overwhelmed with the whole thing. I can’t ask my mom for advice (long story) so I’m really on my own. There seems to be a million things that I need to buy. I want the best for my baby but if I ... Read More »

    3 Critical Tools for Paying Off Debt

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    This is the time of year when many people look at their debt situation and shudder. They dream of what it would be like to be out of debt. And, if they’re brave, they begin to plan a strategy to reduce the amount of debt they carry. They’ll begin with high hopes, but many of them will quit before reaching ... Read More »

      2 Reasons Interest Rates Will Rise & 2 Ways to Avoid Higher Rates

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      Forecasting the future is always hard. Companies pay big bucks to economists in an effort to get an edge on what might happen in the financial markets. Sometimes they’re right. And, sometimes they’re wrong. But sometimes a review of relevant facts can shed light on what the future may bring. Or at least make it easier to predict a direction. ... Read More »

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