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May

8 Money-Saving Secrets Every Target Shopper Absolutely Needs to Know

THE PENNY HOARDER MAY 8, 2017 We’ll admit it — we’re a little obsessed with Target. It’s hard not to be. The store has pretty much everything you need, right in one place. But don’t be fooled by the prices on the shelf. If you know the secrets to Target shopping, you can save a ton on every shopping trip! You don’t have to spend all day clipping Target coupons, either. Here are our favorite ways to save money at Target… 1. Save Your Email Receipts It turns out that deleting your emails could be costing you serious money. Intrigued? An...
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Dec

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Oct

Turns Out 23% of Americans Have Been Carrying Credit Card Debt for 5 Years

As odd as this might sound, credit cards can be among the most frightening tools in a Penny Hoarder’s life. I once ranked my fear of these flimsy pieces of plastic right up there with roaches and heights. Yeah, that’s ridiculous, you say. But I’ve read a few too many surveys and studies that expose the dangers of credit cards to your personal finances. Including this recent one from CreditCards.com that polled 2,005 Americans. It revealed that a hefty number of us carry an outstanding credit card balance. These outstanding balances lead to a never-ending “credit-card-debt treadmill,” the site describes. (Think: The crazy 15% to...
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Sep

7 Steps You Probably Haven’t Taken to Finally Get Rid of Student Loan Debt

When I was at my brokest and plagued with student loan debt I couldn’t possibly repay, my first instinct was to ignore it. Not my Penny Hoarder-est moment, I admit. But what can you do when you’re choosing between groceries and the electricity bill, and the federal government asks for $300? I laughed and swept it under the rug… and racked up 10s of thousands in interest and fees over the years I wish I’d known there were better options. If I’d have tried these tricks right after leaving college, I might not be sitting on $58,000 in debt right...
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3
Aug

32 legitimate ways to make money at home

Here are 32 legitimate ways to make money at home. 1. Share Your Amazon Purchase History Heather Comparetto/The Penny Hoarder If you’re a regular Amazon shopper, you can earn money each month contributing to research to help companies understand what people are buying online. Download and connect Shoptracker to your Amazon account. It’ll instantly send you a free $3 Visa gift card, plus another $3 for every month you keep it installed. 2. Watch YouTube-Like Videos freemixer/Getty Images The folks over at InboxDollars will actually pay you to watch videos! Now, most of them aren’t as entertaining as the Grumpy Cat series, but you’re getting...
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Jun

8 Creative Ways to Pay Off Credit Card Debt Without Being a Complete Hermit​​

We’ve all heard this personal finance advice: For the price of your daily latte, you could launch your dream business, pay off credit card debt, become a savvy investor or build your savings to astronomical levels. Sure, we could all be billionaires if not for our caffeine habit. We’ll get right on that. In the meantime, you sit with stacks of credit card debt, dwindling savings and paychecks that hardly pay the bills. Lattes aren’t your problem. You need to get creative with your budget, especially if you’re ever going to wring out enough to pay off debt and work...
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