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posted on 5/15/2015
Americans as a whole are terrible at saving money. According to a study last month from Neighbor Works America, about one-third of American adults, or 72 million people, doesn't have any emergency savings.
The first obstacle in this lack of savings is not having a savings account. Which do you choose? With many savings options available in the market today, it can be hard to know where to start.
posted on 5/8/2015
posted on 1/21/2015
What would you do with an extra $100 a month, or $1,200 a year?
posted on 12/30/2014
So you want to save more money next year? The good news is that it's not complicated. The bad news is that it does require some sacrifice and discipline.
posted on 10/24/2014
"Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything." -George Bernard Shaw
posted on 4/16/2014
In our last post we talked about the important things in life you should be saving for - retirement, medical emergencies, unemployment, etc. After reading that you may have thought, "How the heck do I save for all those things at once?" The answer (for most people) is you can't. But all is not lost.
posted on 4/14/2014
While we've offered up many tips in the past for how to save up money, it is just as important to talk about what you should be saving for. Learn 8 things you should be saving for now!
posted on 1/16/2014
We're continuing on with our plan to help you reach your financial goals and stick to your financial resolutions. When we were identifying our weaknesses in our "Looking Back" post at the beginning of the month, the number one weakness we came across was not saving enough money.
Saving money is something that requires a plan and a goal. Here's what you need to do to create a successful savings plan.
posted on 12/30/2013
There's nothing worse than checking your savings account balance and seeing you don't have as much in your account as you thought. "I need to do better at saving money," you tell yourself, but you know you'll experience the same situation again.
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