I know we are close to halfway through the month, but I am just getting around to updating this post now.
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This time of year as many people go through their clutter of receipts and financial statements from the previous year, I always get asked, “how long should I keep my financial statements” or “do I need to keep this for any reason”?
Is paying off debt from smallest to largest ridiculous? Some personal finance experts think it's the way to go while others think other methods are better.
Every year millions of people set goals to improve their life over the course of the next year. Unfortunately these same people find themselves failing to meet their goals, or worse, find themselves in even more trouble at the end of the year.
You may think that traveling for a month to Europe is much more expensive than traveling for 10 days, but I would challenge that, since you can find a cheaper fare by flying on a Wednesday for example, and that alone can save you a ton.
This is for all you overachievers who graduated and have a job but are still paying off your student loans. Awesome things you have figured out:
Looking to invest in property or buy a home? Never had any experience with home ownership before? You are going to need to get familiar with a whole heap of new people and titles in order to get started on your journey.
When is the last time saving for retirement crossed your mind? Do you have your savings on auto-pilot, or are you waiting until you’re “older” to start investing?