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The Money Minute - ​June 2016

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How to Create a Wedding Budget that Works for You (1) 

How To Create a Wedding Budget That Works for You

How much does it cost to say, “I do”? If you or someone you know are looking to tie the knot, chances are that you’ve been haunted by the thought of how you’ll manage to afford the wedding you want with the budget you currently have. According to a 2015 study, Americans spend an average of $31,213 on a wedding. This amount is much more than a typical wedding in other countries and this number has been increasingly on the rise, up $5,500 over the last five years. 


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5 Tips for Furnishing Your New Apartment (1)

5 Tips for Furnishing Your New Apartment

I recently moved into my very first apartment and let me tell you, it was not nearly as glamorous as I expected! However, after a slow process, I was able to move and furnish a one bedroom apartment on a modest budget. Here are some tips for making your move as smooth as possible on your nerves and budget.

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To Build or Buy?

Being a homeowner is a big part of the American dream, isn’t it? A part of the Declaration of Independence states “that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness” & becoming a homeowner is certainly a pursuit of happiness. Being a homeowner is an outward reflection of the fruits of our labor; something of our own with which we can improve, change and build assets value over time.              

Categories: Housing

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 Financial Literacy Military Financial Literacy for Military: Two-Part Program

CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OH: Learn the basics of responsible money management in this free two-part program from Apprisen

  • Take charge of your credit identity
  • Learn how to access your personal credit report and score
  • Identify financial goals
  • Develop a plan to reach your goals 


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