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How's Your No-Spend Challenge Going?
At the start of this month that is so laser-focused on positive change, we put even more pressure on by encouraging you to join us for a no-spend challenge. That’s no spending outside your planned,
Bernie Sanders' Radical Agenda Would Double Government Size, Increase Spending by over $60 Trillion
Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-VT) radical agenda would effectively double the size of government with at least $60 trillion in new spending, according to modest estimates.
Fashion’s obsession with youth could cost it billions
More than most industries, fashion is preoccupied with youth. Yet the world is experiencing a rise in the number and proportion of older people.
Join the No-Spend Challenge in January
As we brace ourselves to kick off the new year, let’s do a no-spend challenge this January. If you’ve been reading Two Cents for a while, you might be thinking, “Lady, we did this last year. Catch
Bloomberg’s presidential campaign used prison labor to solicit votes
What's the biggest gaffe a billionaire politician could commit during the holiday season?
Rand Paul roasts politicians in annual Festivus 'airing of grievances'
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has made an annual tradition of airing his grievances against government waste to celebrate Festivus ("for the rest of us"), a made-up holiday that entered the American lexicon
Did Your Spending in 2019 Match Your Personal Values?
Earlier this week, I ran a report on all of my 2019 spending to date, divided by category. While I’m sure I’ll have a few more expenses before the year ends, I was still able to get a fairly accurate
Congress' spending deal includes millions of dollars for federal agencies to research gun violence
Part of the spending deal meant to avert a partial government shutdown at the end of this week includes $25 million in taxpayer funds to be spent on federal research into gun violence.In a Monday
Travel Leaders Recount Their Most Memorable Purchases Abroad In This New Skift Interview Series
We asked industry leaders to reflect on the positive impacts of spending locally through their most memorable purchases while traveling. -
Study finds America's post-9/11 wars have cost taxpayers $6.4 trillion since 2001
War is many things, and one of those things is expensive. A new academic study shows just how expensive the war on terror has been for the United States over the past 18 years, placing the total
What Bay Area residents have the biggest holiday-spending budgets?
With Christmas and holiday season shopping already underway, many consumers are facing decisions over just how much they should be spending on gifts for family, friends and anyone else they may have
This 1 Exercise Will Completely Change Your Financial Future
For 30 days straight, I wrote down every single dollar I spent. Yes, I know - you're thinking, "Girl, you're cray." Well, you're right. I didn't just estimate the cost or round up to the nearest cent.
Facebook's version of political neutrality isn't neutral
Yesterday, Facebook outlined how it will prevent the 2020 elections from being hacked and influenced in the same way they were in 2016. That includes crackdowns on "coordinated, inauthentic behavior"
Hmmm: Buttigieg surges to within five points of lead in Iowa as Kamala Harris collapses
"Iowa is unquestionably up for grabs." The post Hmmm: Buttigieg surges to within five points of lead in Iowa as Kamala Harris collapses appeared first on Hot Air.
The handbag is losing its once-exalted place in a woman’s wardrobe
"This is clearly not a blip—it’s a major shift," said one analyst.
This Mindful Habit Will Put a Stop to Overspending
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The Big 4 Retirement Worries and How to Beat Them
This post The Big 4 Retirement Worries and How to Beat Them appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Wouldn’t it be nice if when you retired all your worries and concerns retired too? Unfortunately that’s
Control Your Frivolous Spending in 6 Easy Steps
This post Control Your Frivolous Spending in 6 Easy Steps appeared first on Daily Reckoning. The problem with having extra money is that it starts begging you to spend it. And, the last thing you want
11 Habits You Need to Break Before You’re Broke
This post 11 Habits You Need to Break Before You’re Broke appeared first on Daily Reckoning. 11 bad spending habits that you can easily avoid for better, healthier savings. The post 11 Habits You Need
Both houses of Congress pass short-term spending bill to avert another potential government shutdown
Both houses of Congress have passed a short-term spending bill to avoid another government shutdown. The bill has been sent to the White House for President Donald Trump's signature.Here's what we