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This is an article on how to pay your bills when you are having trouble paying your bills, it includes strategies for cutting down your expenses, saving money and even about borrowing money. It also includes several links to other articles that will help the online reader to find on line earning opportunities to help pull them through financially.
Published by Rae Morvay 79 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +6 votes | 3 comments
Financial planning is defined as the process of meeting your financial life goals through the proper management of funds. As the definition suggests, it is a process and thus cannot be attained in just one go. It takes considerate planning, assessment, implementation of the plans and then review of the plan if it is within the range of the said plan.
Published by Marie A. 79 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +4 votes | 1 comments
People need to work to make money. However, many people find that the cost of travelling to work makes a huge dent in their earnings. There are ways to reduce these costs. By considering using alternative methods of transport, looking for discounted travel tickets, walking to work or car sharing with colleagues you can save on your overall costs. Here is a guide on how to save money on the cost of travelling to work.
Published by Elizabeth Nuttall 79 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +3 votes | 2 comments
Ways on how to cope up with financial crisis which includes 3 steps using the web. It strives to give the readers an idea on how to look for money sites that will help them save for the future or some target goals which they can not do if they will only rely on what they receive monthly.
Published by bluetiboots 79 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +2 votes | 0 comments
There are various ways to adjust your bank account to save money for a trip. Set up regular contributions to your account as a way to kick your money-saving habits into gear. Move to a bank account with no fees or service charges that still meets your needs. Another way to adjust your bank account to save money for your trip is to choose an account with a higher interest rate. Start saving now!
Published by Christy Birmingham 79 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +9 votes | 5 comments
ING Direct offers easy online savings options with no minimum amounts to open many different types of savings accounts, CDs, and other accounts. ING Direct offers competitive interest rates as well as resources, tools, and tips for how to maximize your savings. Federally insured by the FDIC so members can feel safe depositing money and maintaining their accounts with this financial institution.
Published by Account Deletion Requested 79 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +22 votes | 12 comments
Times are tough. In this Factoid, I am going to provide some examples and ideas on how to save a few bucks every month. Cutting simple corners can save you hundreds a month that you could be saving, or using to do recreational activities with. Maybe you need a new outfit that you can't afford. Try this even for a month, and you will see the savings start to add up!
Published by Amy Russell 80 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +4 votes | 5 comments
A combination of methods will keep you on budget while you are on a trip. Pre-plan your method of travel and accommodations in order to lower costs on your trip. Use your own toiletries rather than purchasing more expensive items at the travel destination, and make use of any complimentary services to help cut extra costs. Apply a few tips to stay on a budget while still having fun on a trip!
Published by Christy Birmingham 80 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +11 votes | 8 comments
To dream is free, thus we should always dream big. The prudent way to dreaming however is to also compute for the cost of these dreams and then to start saving for these dreams. It may be hard but it will not get easier in the future, it will only get harder. The best thing to do is start immediately in order to exploit the power of compounding.
Published by Marie A. 80 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +1 votes | 0 comments
In savings, you also need to set up an emergency fund in order to finance an immediate need for when disaster, crisis or tragedy occurs. As it is for immediate need, it should remain highly liquid thus it should be placed in the bank and not locked up in some investment venture where it cannot be cashed outright.
Published by Marie A. 80 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +0 votes | 0 comments
Redecorating your apartment is a fun way to change your living environment! You are able to redecorate without overspending or stressing over expenses. Stay within the limits of your budget by following a few tips. For example, position your existing household items in new areas and take advantage of cheap resources available locally to you.
Published by Christy Birmingham 80 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +8 votes | 4 comments
For people on a budget, saving money on produce at the grocery store is very important. Buy fruits and vegetables when they are in season and look for sale items by reading local flyers. Add in coupons to save even more money. Another tip is to buy produce items before they are fully ripened. Same money, one shopping trip at a time!
Published by Christy Birmingham 80 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +16 votes | 11 comments
This article will discuss the 90 days same as cash option that so many business establishments offer when selling items in their stores. This tactic is a lure to get you in the store. The person that wants the item but can’t afford it will come in and sign up for the 90 day same as cash, because they believe they will honor the contract. Most times life gets in the way and so many people get stuck paying for interest for the whole length of the contract.
Published by Charlene Collins 80 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +3 votes | 1 comments
If you have ever bought anything from a rent-to-own store you know you pay three times what the item is worth. Many people with bad credit choose the rent-to-own option of obtaining things like washers, driers, desk top computers and laptops. They reason that they can afford it because they are only paying $29.99 a week.
Published by Charlene Collins 80 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +3 votes | 5 comments
Cash advance places that are nothing more than legal loan sharking. If you have ever heard of predatory lenders, these places that ask you to buy money from them – they use the word “borrow” but think of it as buying money from them, because that is what you are doing. The money you borrow is expensive to pay back.
Published by Charlene Collins 80 months ago in Budgeting & Saving | +0 votes | 0 comments
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