When Kristin and Sean Couch were ready to buy their first home, they feared that one thing would hold them back: Kristin’s student loans. Her broadcast journalism master’s degree from Syracuse University had left her more than $80,000 in debt. The Couches are part of a generation that’s delaying major life decisions, like whether to … Continued

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Rent has long been the biggest expenditure in many people’s budgets — about 30% of a renter’s income has traditionally gone to the landlord. And today that percentage is on the rise. But as a smart renter will tell you, you don’t need to break the bank to have a roof over your head. Here are six ways to keep money … Continued

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“Frugality is often borne out of necessity but eventually it becomes habitual.” Jim Wang grew up living a frugal lifestyle, and although he can now live more comfortably, his frugal habits stuck with him. He shares a few things he’s learned over the years, and how they can help you become habitually frugal, too. Take … Continued

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