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My name is Gina Young and I’m the creator of Money Savvy Living. It is my intention to provide ideas that will enable you to save money and live the good life on a budget. You can check out more of my writings on more

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How To Know If Refinancing Your Mortgage Is A Good Deal Or Not
Have you ever received an offer to refinance your mortgage? Well, before you sign the paperwork on this, you need to read the fine print.
7 Things You Don’t Want To Forget When Filing Your Taxes
If you are one of the many tax procrastinators out there, you are probably finding yourself up against the rapidly-approaching deadline of April 15. If you haven’t done your taxes yet, you still have plenty of time to get them done.
What Is A Return Of Premium Life Insurance Policy? And Why You Should Consider Getting One
What is a return of premium life insurance policy? And what are the benefits of getting one?
3 Ways To Creatively Diversify Your Investment Portfolio
When you think of investments, you probably think of putting money in a specific stock or mutual fund.
Brexit And The Economy: Effect On The U.S. Job Market
The US, even before the Brexit vote, was the top destination for UK residents outside the UK and is also highly desirable globally. What will the effect be on U.S. job market now?
Retirement Planning: Are You A Saver Or Spender?
It is hard to turn on the news and not hear about the sluggish state of the economy. So when we hear these things, we need to take a moment and actually look ahead to what those long-term effects could mean for your personal financial future.
Millennials And Money: My Interview With Rachel Fox
I recently had the opportunity to interview Rachel Fox, a teen actress, turned financial expert, and founder of ‘Fox on Stocks.’ Fox is teaming up with H&R Block to help teens learn about personal finance.
10 Steps To Make College Affordable And Graduate Debt-Free
Did you know that there are ways to go to college for free, or at least drastically reduce the amount that you would have to pay? Here are 10 steps to make college affordable and graduate debt free.
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