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What Is a Down Payment? Let’s start with the basics. A down payment is the cash you bring to the closing table when buying a home. You may borrow money from the bank in the form of a home loan or mortgage, but a portion of the total cost must[...]
Before You Start Saving, Set a Specific Goal Before you start, decide what your goal is; how much do you need to save? Maybe you want to have $3500 available 12 months from now. Be realistic and specific. Your goal must also fit your budget. We all know that spending is much[...]
Saving money takes discipline. And a certain amount of sacrifice. According to Northwestern Mutual, 20 percent of Americans have nothing in retirement savings, and 45 percent of Americans are not prepared for the likelihood of outliving their retirement savings. The importance of saving money is rarely disputed. Saving is one of[...]
Perhaps you’re browsing through clothing racks in your favorite store or maybe you see a deal on a Facebook ad that seems too good to pass up. In those situations, it’s easy to make an impulse purchase. How much that impulse buy hurts your budget depends on your income and[...]
Experts write billion words about investment. But it is surprising that how little is written about how to save money (comparatively). In fact, it is hard to find a comprehensive guide about “savings” on internet. But on the other side, the topic of investment is widely covered. It is true that investment of money is more[...]
When it comes to putting money aside in savings, it can be a bit challenging. So, in this article, I share the top 10 realistic ways to save money each month—even on a tight budget. The reality is that many households are choosing between saving money for a rainy day[...]
Your house gives you so much: security, pride, shelter. With all that on the line, it's easy to assume the costs of keeping it up just are what they are. But wait. There are plenty of expenses that are simply a waste. Here's how to save money each month without[...]
It is much easier and more enjoyable to take the income, the money we have earned and worked hard to receive, and spend all of it every month — purchasing whatever we want and not thinking about the future. The problem, when it comes to money, is that we just[...]
Saving money is a high priority for many people, but sometimes saving can feel next to impossible, especially when you’re trying to balance making responsible financial decisions and having a bit of fun. Luckily, there are lots of clever ways to save money every month, even if you’re on a tight[...]
It’s easy to stop pulling out the wallet every once in a while and declare triumph, but don’t kid yourself—we know it’s the recurring expenses that really drown us into debt. The monthly expenses are what most people neglect because they are subconsciously trained to ignore it after seeing the[...]
I want to share with you 13 easy ways to save money every single month. In fact, these money saving tips helped us save money so we could pay off $100,000 of debt in 5 years. That’s $20,000 a year we spent paying off our debt. We couldn’t do that[...]
If you have scads of money, this article isn’t for you. Oh, you’re still here! Well, of course you are. You’re an ambitious professional with a promising but not-quite-yet lucrative job, a rent or mortgage that’s higher than you’d like, and big plans to take that adventurous vacation in the[...]