Are you having trouble saving money at home? If you are, then these money saving tips might help you out.
View detail |
Today I want to talk about saving money in your 20s, as the eligible age for state pensions is getting pushed further and further, it is likely that by the time a 20-something retires, there is not much left for grabs.
Early retirement is not for everyone, but consumer debt should be for no one at all. Do you ever imagine how they took away your freedom? You have to be really strong to escape the system.
Achieving a 100% saving rate won’t happen overnight, but it will happen much faster than if you just rely on saving the same proportion of your income every month into a 1% savings account.
Most millionaires these days are self-made millionaires who didn't inherit any wealth from their parents, so how did they do it? Well, they did it like anyone of would; they set their goals, worked hard, got multiple sources of income and of course, saved their hard-earned money.
Celebrities are known to live a lavish lifestyle because they ern a lot of money, but these celebrities are not your typical celebrities.
One of the more interesting things I read recently was a story on CNN Money about credit unions that offer savings lotteries. One of the the things I like about this idea is that you are being reward
As a post-grad entering the workforce, you may be wondering about IRAs, bank CDS, money market accounts and other terms your co-workers are using in the office. While it’s tempting to go out and spend your new paycheck, your 20s are the perfect time to start saving for major (and minor) life events, including vacations, emergencies, buying a home, and retirement. But how do you know which savings account is right for your goals? Learn a little more about the standard and high-interest savings account options available in your 20s to decide where you want to start building your funds.