- Items that Might Not be Broken but Should be Replaced
True, if something’s not broken, there’s
not really a need to fix it, but at the same time, that doesn’t mean we should
forget about maintenance. From cars to roofing, here are a few things to keep
an eye on that just might be financially smarter to replace. Car In the case of a car, if you’re spending
more on repairs than your car is ...
- Small Steps to Big Savings: Introducing Financial Micro-habits
Change begins with small steps, and
that’s exactly what micro-habits are. As Brianna Wiest from Forbes explains,
micro-habits are small actions that can lead to big savings. According to
Benjamin Hardy in the same article, micro-habits are quite like compound
interest — small investments that can grow and help us down the road. Wiest’s article on Forbes include 22 micro-habits
to start taking charge of, ...
- Keeping Your Finances in Shape With a Debt Consolidation Plan
Get your finances in order with a debt consolidation plan! Listed below are five things that you must do with deciding on the correct debt relief option to keep your finances in good shape:
Involve your family in the budget plan
A family budget plan is the first step to dealing your finances, but a successful budget is the one with a ...
- Why You Should Protect Your Credit Card Data
Keeping your credit cards details safe every day is very important, but this might be hard especially during the holidays. Why? The reason is that this is the period when most fraudsters try hard to gain access to your financial data. This is why you need to take extra precautions in protecting your financial data during the entire year. Scams ...
- Keeping Your Finances Organized – Why It Is So Important
It’s very likely that you have multiple credit cards loans, mortgages, loan provider and investment accounts. Aside from the inconvenience of having to remember every one of the passwords, this may cause you to miss repayment deadlines, lose track of your goal progress and lessen your ability to make reasonable financial decisions. We have some helpful tips on how to ...
- What Personal Finance Never Taught You
Whether you just took personal finance in school last year or 30 years ago, it’s always a smart choice to review good money management practices. In the case you’re part of the 83.6 percent of the population who weren’t required to take personal finance in high school, here are the top takeaways to keep in mind.
1. The Magic Proportions for ...