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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The average person spends about $199.91 per day. This figure includes spending on housing, food, transportation, entertainment, clothing, healthcare, and other goods and services.How do American spend their money? See how you compare →
The snowball repayment method consists of listing all your debt balances and tackling them from smallest to largest depending if the interest rates are the same. This method prioritizes balances as you move on to the larger ones next. This helps build momentum and motivation by settling debts faster.Explore different strategies for paying off debt faster and how you can utilize our debt payoff calculators →
5 Tips To Fix Your Finances And Build A Budget That Works In 2024Bernadette Joy of Forbes on five tips to help you build a budget you can actually live with in 2024 →
"Frugality includes all other virtues."
The global education gap refers to disparities in educational access that exist between higher- and lower-income countries. It exists for various reasons, including lack of resources, political instability, and outdated technology.The Hinrich Foundation provides visual context to the global education gap →
Can you really afford a dog?Stress Test Podcast: Rob Carrick and Roma Luciw speak to Shawn Morey, the executive director of the Peterborough Humane Society and two people that became first-time pet owners in their 20s →
Money.com provide a 10-step guide to crushing your financial goals in 2024 (and beyond). For expert insights into the housing market, ways to save money on EVs and more.What do you hope to accomplish in 2024? →
Financial Stress: How to Cope If you're worried about money, you're not alone. Money is a common source of stress for American adults.Elizabeth Scott, PhD with tips for coping with financial stress →
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Listen to our Neontrack playlist when you have music and money on your mind.