To meet your financial goals and build a cushion for potential emergency situations, it’s important to find ways to save money wherever you can on major expenses. But what are some ways to minimize necessary costs? Here are some components of your transportation budget that could be adjusted to unlock major savings.
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Just as quietly and mysteriously as it began, America’s antipathy for millennials disappeared. After years of trend pieces about “Generation Broke,” Gen Y has risen above its festering reputation.
The current recession, while far more severe than any in recent memory, should eventually bottom out. When it does, Americans will once again be looking for ways to accumulate assets for the future. And when that happens, many will turn to Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) to accomplish their objectives.
Interest rates, which have been at all-time lows, have recently been on the rise. Because rates have such an impact on just about every facet of our financial lives, it’s crucial to understand how rising interest rates will impact them. So what are savers and investors to do as offensive or defensive moves?
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Addressing the issue of saving money is the most fundamental, yet neglected aspect of personal finance in the U.S. today.
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If you’re like most business owners, you probably feel squeezed for money. What’s more, you’re probably convinced that there’s not a lot you can do to address the above questions until you have the funds with which to address them. The reality is - that’s not true.