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Affordable Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas

  • "Save Money"
  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Holidays

If you’re planning Thanksgiving dinner, you probably want there to be plenty of food, and you most likely want everything to be just right. This can make Thanksgiving shopping lists pretty long, but there are a few things you can do to save money and still have a delicious dinner with your loved ones. These easy ideas from CreditBox can help you cut costs while offering a meal that includes everyone’s favorites.

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How to Score the Best Deals Online

  • "Save Money"
  • Shopping
  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Educational

Thanksgiving through January is the time of year when people start their holiday shopping to their holiday returns. Luckily, we live in a world where we are able to do all our holiday shopping from the comfort of home. Sometimes you can even get some of the best deals by shopping virtually. Start with these online shopping tips this season.

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Easy Post-Pumpkin Patch Ideas

  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Educational

Heading to the pumpkin patch or apple orchard is the ultimate fall activity for families and couples. You pick out the prettiest pumpkin in the patch and take it home. But now what else can you do with that perfect pumpkin, or those apples you spent all afternoon choosing? At CreditBox, we've put together a list of easy and affordable dessert recipes for your fall finds.

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The Ultimate Fall Date Guide

  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Community

Fall is one of the most romantic times of year. From football games to apple orchards, there's so much to see and do. It's the perfect time of year for a date night, and, thankfully, it's also the perfect time of year for affordable date ideas. At CreditBox, we've put together a list of fall dates for you and your sweetheart that don't require you to spend too much extra cash. Some of these date ideas are even free fall activities.   

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Tips to Prevent Debt

  • CreditBox
  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Finance

At one point or another, most of us will be put into a situation concerning the need for money. Whether it is not having enough funds for rent, car payments, or medical bills, there is a chance that debt could be looming over our heads. This is something that is not desirable, but here are some helpful tips and steps which you can take to keep yourself debt free.
 

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Side Hustles to Try This Fall

  • "Installment Loans"
  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Educational

Summer's over and now that fall is here, it's time to buckle down and replenish your savings with extra cash. You can earn cash fast by trying one of these side hustles.
 

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Smart Spending Tips for College Students

  • "Save Money"
  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Educational

If there's one thing every student knows about college, it's that school is expensive. Tuition fees are astronomical, and then you have to buy books and supplies that can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars. By the time you get around to the other stuff, like food and entertainment, it can be difficult to fit those things into your budget. At CreditBox, we have come up with a list of smart saving tips for college students. 

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The Ultimate Back-to-College Savings Guide

  • Budget
  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Community

Heading to college can be expensive, but there are some easy things you can do to make it more budget friendly. Discount shopping provides back to school savings, and buying used affordable furniture and decor items allows you to decorate without making a big monetary investment.

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Beat the Night Heat

  • "Home and Auto Repairs"
  • "Save Money"
  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Educational

Studies have shown that it's healthier to sleep in a cool space, but when summer rolls around, it can be hard to stay cold and still afford the electric bill. Luckily, there are some ways to beat the heat at night without turning the AC down so low that you can't afford it. Here at CreditBox, we've put together a list of our best ideas.  
 

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The Red, White, and Blue Menu

  • "Tips and Tricks"
  • Holidays

Founding Father John Adams wrote his wife on July 3, 1776, telling her Independence Day should be celebrated with "bonfires and illuminations."The fledgling Congress ratified the Declaration of Independence on July 4. If you're among the millions of Americans planning a Fourth of July celebration this year, we have many food ideas from easy appetizers to easy-to-make drinks. 
 

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