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We break down five great ways to boost your saving this year that you may not have considered.
As a kid you think that your parents have been socking money away for your future college education. Then you grow up. And chances are that magical fund that you thought existed, doesn’t. When you head off to college you really aren’t worried about things like student loans. You don’t even grasp what debt can […]
Over the past couple of years I’ve worked to save up enough money for a healthy emergency fund. I now have roughly six months’ worth of savings and I’m still adding extra money to the account. My next big goal is to save for an investment property. I still have a ways to go before […]
For many people, New Year’s is about change. Whether it’s resolving to lose weight, learn a new language or connect with old friends, January 1st gives everyone an excuse to make the changes they need in their life. But have you ever considered setting financial goals? Creating smart money habits will benefit you beyond the […]
Initially you may keep your savings in a savings account with a bank. Please be certain that your bank is providing you with a competitive interest rate. But remember, interest in a savings account is very low. Make your money work harder and earn for you. Invest your savings in financial products and assets which […]
When it comes to personal finance, there are definitely times when you can feel burnout. Take me for example: I tend to do things in extremes. One month I might be tracking every dollar I spend and pinching pennies to the extreme. Then I get a case of financial burnout (and dare I say, a little […]
You don’t need a financial adviser to tell you that one of the most important things you can do for yourself is to set up an emergency fund. Short-term lending options are pretty horrendous with everything from 300% payday loans to 25% credit card loans, so it makes sense to set some money aside for […]