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Hosting a DIY Baby Shower Without Losing Your Mind

Putting together a DIY baby shower isn't as difficult as you might think. From decorations to the food, there are simple and sensible ways to cut costs and deliver a beautiful baby shower on a slim budget.

Category: Ceremonies

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The Poor Man’s Will: A Sound Estate Planning Strategy?

With COVID-19 turning life upside down, many are revising their wills just in case the worst happens. And some are turning to "poor man's wills" to avoid expenses. Here's why that might not be the best idea.

Category: Society

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How To Track How Much You’re Spending on Your Wedding

It's important to set a wedding budget and stick to it so that your wedding costs don't balloon out of control. Use tracking tools to manage all your wedding-related expenses to keep surprises to a minimum.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Tips for Dealing With Pressure From Loved Ones When Wedding Planning

Planning a wedding is an exciting and stressful time. Despite your best attempts, you might find your or your partner's family pushing or pulling you one way or another. Manage that wedding pressure with these tips.

Category: Wedding Planning

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The Low-Down on Life Insurance

Shopping for life insurance, or even understanding all the terms and legal language, can be a confusing ordeal. Here's your guide to life insurance, so you can square that away and plan for your family's future.

Category: Loss

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Easy Cuts That Make a Big Difference To Your Wedding Budget

Are you feeling the pain from an ever-expanding wedding budget? It doesn't have to be so expensive, and you can reign in the spending with a few practical decisions that will save you some serious cash.

Category: Wedding Materials

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Estate Planning: Why Same-Sex Couples Need To Act Now

Same-sex partners who are cohabitating but not married should seriously consider creating end-of-life documents, even if they are young. Unfortunately, same-sex couples do not enjoy legal protections afforded others.

Category: Loss

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Got Your Stimulus Check? How Engaged Couples Can Use the Funds Wisely

Earlier this year the government sent most Americans $1,200 to stimulate the economy. If you are able, consider paying down debt or creating an emergency fund. Or even use it to fund your wedding in part.

Category: Wedding Planning

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A Quick Guide to Wedding Ring Shopping Online

In the age of coronavirus, most shopping is now being done online. And yes, that even includes wedding rings. With such an expensive purchase, you need to know how to shop safe and smart. Here are some tips.

Category: Wedding Materials

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How You Can Pay for a Funeral With a Tight Budget

A death in the family can come as a shock, both emotionally and financially, and many are ill-equipped to dish out thousands of dollars for a funeral on a moment's notice. These money-conscious alternatives can help.

Category: Funeral

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