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Here are the top ten articles for the Home Finance Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Spring Home Improvement Budget
Spring has arrived once again. Now is the perfect time to assess any damage from the brutal winter. This way you can budget for your repairs and find deals to save money.
2. Inexpensive Ways to Keep Warm
We all know the advice to turn the thermostat back a few degrees to save money. You may wonder how to keep feeling warm at a lower temperature. There are many ways to save energy and still feel warm. Have you tried some of these?
3. Grocery Price Comparison Tools
Keeping track of the price of groceries is one surefire way to save money. There are tools available that compare grocery prices. Some are free websites and others are apps.
4. Where to Keep Emergency Funds
An emergency fund is essential to avoid debt. Initially, you may choose to keep your savings at home. You have several options where to keep your savings once you reach a larger amount of money.
5. Emergency Fund Benefits
Building an emergency fund is a priority for a secure financial life. An emergency fund offers many benefits. A small amount saved each week can soon build a good emergency fund.
6. How to Make a Budget
Budgets are an important part of sound money management. A detailed written budget creates a plan to live within your means. A few steps will help you to set up a budget.
7. Becoming Self-Reliant
Self-reliant living is resonating with a growing number of individuals. How can we apply the “core” values of self-reliant living in terms of personal finance?
8. Is Bulk Buying a Benefit?
Buying in bulk is a popular way to save money. It can save money if done correctly. Just keep in mind that buying in bulk is not for everyone.
9. Children Learning to Save Book Reviews
Teaching children about money may seem difficult, but it doesn't have to be. There are fun ways to help them learn basic financial skills, including two new books – Snappy And The Nuts and Welcome to Moldy Manor.
10. Arts And Crafts Studio On A Budget
Are you a scrapbook enthusiast or an avid sketch artist who longs for your very own art studio? Any spare room or even unused basement space can be easily transformed into a sleek and versatile arts and crafts “studio” with minimal expense and fuss.
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