High protein, low budget

Trent Hamm •
The Simple Dollar

Daniel writes in with one of those reader mailbag questions that had an answer that kept growing and growing and growing until it became clear that it deserved an article of its own. Here’s the question: Hi! Struggling a bit with changing around my food budget and thought you might help. I have a “side

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5 financial matters to consider when moving to a new state

CFP®, Partner, Brightworth, Lisa Brown, and Wealth Advisor •
Kiplinger

Whether your company has decided to move its headquarters or operations to a new state or asked you to move to a different office location, you likely have a myriad of questions running through your mind. Where will I live? How are the schools? What’s the cost of living difference? Who are the best doctors?

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3 big reasons it costs more to be poor

Drew Housman •
The Simple Dollar

While even high-earning Americans often struggle with money, making ends meet is particularly difficult for the poor. Americans in the lowest income bracket spend an astonishing 182% of their income. No, that’s not a misprint. The poorest people spend a lot more than they earn, often going into debt or depleting savings to make up the difference.  You don’t have

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9 lessons the Great Depression taught us about money

Paul Michael and Wisebread.com •
Kiplinger

Lasting from 1929 until 1939, the Great Depression was the deepest and longest-lasting economic downturn of the 20th Century. Unemployment went as high as 25% in the U.S., over 5,000 banks failed, and hundreds of thousands of Americans became homeless. Extreme situations call for extreme measures, and that’s when everyone looked at ways to cut

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