When you’re saving money, “splurge” is a bad word. Not every splurge is bad, however. There are times when it makes sense to spend a little more than you would like.
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driving without insuranceJust as there are rules and requirements about maintaining minimum types of car insurance coverage that vary from state to state, there are also penalties for drivers who are caught driving without insurance. It’s important that you are aware of your state’s requirements and maintain the minimum requirements for insurance coverage.
Following up with this lifetime of savings series, how to save money in your 20s and as well as the smart money moves one should make to save money in your 30s. Now let’s see what should be tackled in your 40s.
The magic of compound interest is the one thing you can take advantage of now, no matter how investment savvy you are.
Following up with this lifetime of savings series, we have talked about how to save money in your 20s and how to build solid foundations for your adult financial life. Now let’s see what should be tackled in your 30s.
This post was inspired by my blogging buddy Alicia from Financial Diffraction and her insightful observation in my End of February 2014 Debt Repayment Update where she comments “I think you’re just so used to demolishing debt that accumulating savings doesn’t have the same pay-off in your head – maybe?”
We all love to save money where we can but are there some money saving ideas you would draw the line at? Here are a few ones I have come across which you might not have tried yet? Would you be happy doing any of them?
Gas is one of the most substantial household expenses for many families. I know it’s a pretty big expense for mine. However, throughout the past couple of years, I’ve been trying to live a more frugal life. That involves looking for ways to pay less. Today, I’m going to share some secrets I’ve found that can save you a pretty penny at the pump.
You may be good at saving money, but do you already know what to do with the money that you have saved now? If you still don't know what to do with you saved money, then read these following options.