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How to Start a Travel Fund to See the World While Tackling Debt

Whether you want to quit your job to travel the world, plan your next family vacation, or plan for that epic bucket list destination, it can be hard to do any of those things if you're in massive debt. But just because you have a lot of debt to pay back does not mean that you necessarily have to put your travel plans on the back burner. This article will not only help you decide if travel and paying off your debt are both manageable goals, but it will give you a few tips that will help you save both for your next trip and for debt repayment. 
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Learn how to build your credit as fast as possible

Most people are not very informed when it comes to their own credit. However, things can change radically when someone has to obtain a loan and face their credit points for the first time. 

It is important to be aware of your own credit, because almost everyone has to deal with it at some point in their lives. It is a good thing to start building up your credit right now. If you are not sure How to Build Credit, here are a few basic tips that should help you get started.

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How to Cash Out Money From Your Travels

Let's talk money and travel. How do you use up the local currency before coming home? 

A Quick Guide on Spending Money in London

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Jun 20, 2015 / 0 comments

Everything you need to know about spending money while studying abroad in London. 

A Quick Guide on Spending Money in London

Money in Asia

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May 24, 2008 / 0 comments

Money is pretty important, and most places have it. One recent exception: the Khmer Rouge, who brutally ruled Cambodia between 1975 and 1979, outlawed money because they considered it anti-socialist. Given that one in five Cambodians died during their five-year rule on account of starvation, disease, and execution, one can be skeptical that this – or most any other decision the Khmer Rouge made – was a good one. But back to money and other countries…/p>