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Should You Try Debt Consolidation Loans?


Debt can be scary, but the worst thing you can do is hide from your debt and pretend it isn’t there. Take back your life and financial sanity by consolidating your debt with a debt consolidation loan. What Is Debt Consolidation? Debt consolidation refers to the action of a borrower taking out a new loan […]

Mobile Banking

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With our phones always by our sides, our phones have become our new wallets. Mobile banking has developed in recent years with technological advances, and now many people go to their phones first for their banking needs instead of taking a trip to a local branch. Mobile banking provides a convenient option for those times […]

10 Steps To Creating A Practical Budget

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As promised in our post about NerdWallet a couple weeks ago, we are pleased to share our guest post this week by Nico Leyva. Nico writes for Nerdwallet, a consumer finance website that promotes financial literacy and looks for the best ways to save you money.   Crafting a personal or family budget is one of […]

Shoebox Budgeting

Welcome to the final installment of “Budget Month” on your trusty [GB]Blog. Hopefully you’ve been able to take away at least one new concept or tip to help you be more financially successful. We end this chapter with a video that we fell in love with the first time we saw it. It’s actually a […]


So people often say things like, “make a budget” or “stick to your budget” or “it doesn’t fit into my budget”. But we wonder how many have actually ever drafted a budget…do they throw that word around as a fun little catch phrase? Or do they make assumptions as to how much they make each […]