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Hiranmayi Srinivasan

Hiranmayi has been a finance associate editor at Earned Media (part of the Dotdash Meredith publishing family) supporting Investopedia and The Balance since February 2022. She joined Dotdash Meredith in March 2021 as a staff writer for the centralized finance desk, and wrote daily personal finance articles across several Meredith lifestyle brands including Real Simple, Better Homes & Gardens, Parents, and Health.
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If you're on the market for a new home, getting a home inspection can save you thousands of dollars down the line. Here is a checklist to help you prepare.
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Say yes to a dress that won't break the bank—and still have you feeling like a million bucks on your wedding day.
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You shouldn't have to go into debt to celebrate love. Here are some tips that can help you save.
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Planning a wedding on a budget doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your dream wedding. Here is expert advice on how to start a wedding budget and ways to reduce your spending.
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You don't need to spend your entire wedding budget to serve your guests a delicious meal—here's how to save on catering, according to the experts.
Tis' the season to tip the people that make your life a little easier all year—here's a handy holiday tipping etiquette checklist to follow.
Know what you're getting into before you start paying those lofty HOA fees. Here are red flags to be aware of, according to experts.
Don't need a new toaster oven? Skip the home goods and set up a honeymoon fund instead.
Decluttering your space can make your home feel more organized and tidy—but it can also do wonders for your spending.
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