Minimalist Wallet Series Archive

  • 6 Ways to Save Money as a Student

    Tweet Whether you’re looking to boost your career prospects, gain new skills, or do something out of your comfort zone, there are all sorts of reasons why people go back into education. If you’re studying for a course, it’s important that you get your finances […]

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  • 3 Ways You Can Prepare for an Emergency

    Tweet According to the most recent data, 80 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. If you spend all of your earnings to pay for your immediate necessities, your finances are in a precarious position. All it takes for them to crumble is one unexpected […]

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  • Simple Steps to Financial Security

    Tweet There are few more common worries than financial security. Whether we’re young, old, rich or poor, we all spend a good bit of time thinking about money, often worrying if we’re able to do the things we want and need to do within our […]

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  • Learning from Others’ Mistakes: 4 Most Common Life Insurance Myths Debunked

    Tweet We are often used to planning, and much of the time, we don’t mind doing so. Yet, many tend to wait around before finally purchasing life insurance – if they do at all. But before you make the decision that life insurance is something […]

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  • Painting Accidents Happen: 5 Ways the Right Insurance Could Save You a World of Headache

    Tweet kadmy/iStock/Getty Images My father-in-law recently turned into a semi-retiree. To continue sustain his lifestyle, he turned one of his passion into his new job: painting. Not an artist style painter. A real painter for houses and buildings! This was a smart minimalist move to […]

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