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Get Cheaper Spices in the Ethnic Foods Aisle

Pound for pound, jarred spices are some of the priciest supplies in your kitchen. They’re much cheaper in bulk, and your best bet is ethnic grocery stores. But if you’re stuck at a generic supermarket (says redditor erahwahh), check the “ethnic foods” aisle, where spices are more likely to come in larger, cheaper…Read more… Continue […]

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Amazon Will Now Give You 2% Cash Back for Paying With Your Debit Card

Amazon wants to reward you for buying stuff from them, but there’s a catch: you have to use your debit card and transfer cash into an Amazon account. It’s not that complicated, but here’s what you should know about the new Amazon Reload program.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Why Early Retirement Isn’t as Awesome as It Sounds

Most people have a hard enough time envisioning retirement at all, much less early retirement. Despite that, many workers have managed to quit their jobs and achieve financial independence by age 40 or even younger. Sipping drinks on the beach all day at the ripe old age of 30 sounds incredible, but there’s a downside…Read […]

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What to Do When You Need $100, Fast 

A new poll from Bloomberg suggests that almost half of Americans would have a hard time affording a $100 emergency, like a speeding ticket, medical bill, or other unexpected expense. Consider the idea that maybe this says less about the financial habits of Americans than it does our garbage economy.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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How to Afford a House When You’re Spending All Your Money on Avocado Toast

If you’re a millennial and having trouble saving up for a home, Australian millionaire Tim Gurner has some simple advice for you: stop eating so much avocado toast. You’ll never be able to save for a home that way. Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Focusing on the Value of Your Time Can Stress You Out

 Calculating the value of your time can be useful for making money decisions, like how long it’ll take you to pay for that new gadget you want—but there’s a downside to it, too. Turns out, the old “time is money” adage can stress you out.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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The Money Advice I Wish I Learned Sooner  

Remember last week, when I asked y’all what money advice you wish you would’ve gotten sooner? You shared some great answers, but many of you said it wasn’t about when you got the advice, it was more about when you decided to actually take it.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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