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Gina Horkey

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Minnesota, United States

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  • HuffPost

Past articles by Gina:

5 Tips to Build Up an Emergency Fund This Year

Building an emergency savings doesn't have to be difficult. Here are five easy tricks you can use to quickly save $5,000 in an emergency fund in 2016. → Read More

How Your Birth Order Affects Your Spending Habits

Does birth order determine how good you are with money? Find out here. → Read More

How Your Birth Order Affects Your Spending Habits

Whether or not birth order affects the makeup of personality and behavioral traits is an extensively-researched topic with convincing arguments on both sides. Regardless of which side you come down... → Read More

How Your Birth Order Affects Your Spending Habits

Whether or not birth order affects the makeup of personality and behavioral traits is an extensively-researched topic with convincing arguments on both sides. Regardless of which side you come down... → Read More

How Your Ego Is Sabotaging Your Retirement

Here are six ways your ego is sabotaging your retirement plan. Regain control and enhance your financial plan using these tips. → Read More

Money Doesn't Equal Happiness -- Even in the NFL

L'Damian knows that his worth and happiness come from more than money -- his recent tweet conveys these sentiments exactly.... → Read More

6 Things to Consider When Making the Leap to Self-Employment

Going from a predictable salary to a variable one common to the self-employed can be scary and a bit overwhelming. But you can make the idea more comfortable (for you or your significant other) by doing some of the above.... → Read More

How to Go from a Dual Income Household Down to One

Are you a dual income family, but wish that one of you could stay at home with your kids instead?... → Read More

Are Impulse Purchases Busting Your Budget?

How many times have you gone into a place like Target with only a few things on your list and left dropping over a hundred dollars on stuff you didn't plan on buying? If you're like me, it happens more often than you'd like to admit.... → Read More

Pay Off Your Mortgage in 12 Years or Less!

When people think about buying a house, they also traditionally think about obtaining a mortgage for the next three decades of their life. It's inefficient and it's definitely not the most cost-effective way to ultimately own your home. In fact, it's... → Read More

How Are Millennials Going to Retire?

It used to be that you would start a job in the workforce (sometimes after graduating college, sometimes not) and stay there for the next 30-40 years. You'd then retire high on the hog with a decent pension and a monthly social security check.... → Read More

Living Paycheck to Paycheck? 5 Expenses to Cut Today!

Our priorities and lifestyles likely differ. These are just five things that we've cut out over the last few years that might work for you too!... → Read More

Paid Biweekly? Here's How You Should Budget

Do you get paid every two weeks? Is it challenging that your bills come once a month, but your salary gets pieced out every other week? I've found a method that works well for me and I think it could work for you too!... → Read More

Do You Spend More On Cable Than You Save For Retirement?

According to this article from Dave Ramsey's website, "the majority of American workers, 69 percent, have less than $50,000 saved for retirement -- 36 percent have less than $1,000."... → Read More