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What is a credit score? And why should you care?

Do you know what your credit score is? Taryn Bain shares the how and why.

How I dug myself out of debt
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How I dug myself out – and stay out – of debt (mostly)

Guest writer Kate Wolters spent her 20s getting into debt and much of her 30s getting out. Here are some of the lessons she learnt.

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Risk Part 2: Diversifying

Georgina Armstrong follows risk and return into safer waters, and the relative calm of diversification.

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How to not be broke at Christmas: saving ideas you’ll barely notice doing

Know how, after Christmas, you’re all poor and overdrafted and stuff? Not Tanya Kovarsky. Here’s how she manages to keep her head above water when everyone else is drowning.

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Risk Part I: Compensation for Sleepless Nights

“Risk.” “Reward.” No longer are these high-falutin financial concepts exclusively for the informed few. As our Georgina Armstrong explains, you actually already understand them.

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Deep Fried Man Gets His $ Together (part 7)

In which he fills a Coin Jar.

Could You Give Up Your Car?
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Could You Give Up Your Car?

Car expenses add up. Is it cheaper to get around without one? And is the saving enough for you to go carless? Dax Villanueva puts it to the test.

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Deep Fried Man Gets His $ Together (part 6)

In which he Spring Cleans.

22seven August Blog Roundup
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22seven August Blog Roundup

Play catch up with some of our highlights for the month.

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Here’s why I’m not down that my investment is

When the stock market has weeks like it did last week, it’s tempting to panic. Sasha Sanders shares some reasons why he chose not to.