I read a really interesting article recently on Kiplinger.com about 10 easy ways, or “tricks”, to make yourself save a portion of your hard-earned money. While saving is a fundamentally important pillar for any worthwhile personal finance plan — and this week is America Saves Week — I think it’s important to go back over some of the easy ways those who have trouble with discipline can ensure they are stashing away part of their money for savings.
Monthly Archives: February 2010
According to the Obama administration, it’s younger than the age of 21. A recent article in the New York Times talks about the new legislation slated to go into effect regarding the accessibility — or lack thereof — of credit cards for teenagers and those in their early 20s, and how parents should teach their children about money management.
No … not the kind that leads to unnecessary drama. I’m talking about company-sponsored retirement plans, medical insurance, and dental insurance.
Hard to believe, but it’s been a year already since I had what I thought was my lowest financial point and subsequent epiphany moment. To sum it up, I just found out that I was going to have at least one furlough (unpaid) day per month, my rent was going up, and because I had this very tight view of money — I was going to stop all of my plans.