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When the American consumer used to think about subscriptions, what probably came to mind were Reader’s Digest, Ladies Home Journal and Newsweek magazines. Today, subscriptions are likely to mean everything from exercise classes to dog food to premade meals that show up at your door.. The subscription model is loved by consumers for its convenience…

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The Money Talk: A Practical, Step-by-Step Guide According to the 2019 Newlywed Report from WeddingWire, 54% of couples have discussed finances to some degree by the time they get engaged. Hopefully, if you and your partner have decided on some form of “happily ever after,” you fall within that statistic. If not, it’s time to…

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Is it me or does it seem like everyone’s worried about money these days?  For some of us, our jobs have disappeared due to Covid-19.  For others, we may still have our jobs, but our income has taken a nosedive due to reduced commissions, fewer hours or some other impact from the pandemic.  Feelings of…

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My Facebook and Instagram pages recently got hacked. Someone is out there pretending to be me and sending odd and random messages to my friends and contacts. Thankfully, none of the messages were lewd, political or asked for money. But the experience of being hacked was scary and upsetting just the same. If you’ve ever been…

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Money touches every area of our lives, including marriage. A study by the American Psychological Association found that 72% of Americans have felt stressed about money. Financial stress can be devastating to a marriage — but with proper communication and commitment to change, it doesn’t have to be. Here are 6 ways for how to…

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