Category Archives: Save Money
This is a guest post from Pauline of InvestmentZen.com
I am sure you know the secret to a financially stable life. It’s not really a secret. Save, save and save some more. But easier said than done, right? With the average rate of saving for American households around 5%, it doesn’t seem like the majority puts that into action. So here are a few tips to help you save like a pro.
Saving money: you know it can be a touchy subject. People tend to be all over the place on the thrift spectrum, and that can cause deep-seated differences of opinion when it comes to the best way to manage finances.
The key to staying debt free is living within your means. Doing so can make a huge difference to your long-term financial health. Every time you buy something on credit and have to pay interest, you are effectively burning money.
Gerald Grimes, MD of Hitachi Capital Consumer Finance, explains how consumers can make the most of this last period of the January sales shopping
We can all heave a sigh of relief now that January is over. The bluest month of the year has been and gone and most of us have done well to survive the longest pay gap of the year. However, one of the few perks of this past month isn’t quite over yet – the January sales.
With the aftermath of the Brexit vote now playing out and inflation starting to rise, the last thing people need is for the winter frost to start driving up their energy bills too! Unfortunately, as temperatures drop it is inevitable that we will see at least some rise to our winter fuel costs.