If you are reading this, you probably started to think of saving money after all these years of excessive spending. It could be that you are making a lot of cash every month, but still you don’t even have much in the bank or elsewhere where you could keep and grow your money. It is not abnormal that the plans to save money are easier said than done. You will actually need much more understanding and techniques to make it a success. (more…)

Five Tips for Saving Money in 2013

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Saving money seems to be on everyone’s mind these days, whether cutting back on lunches or turning the shampoo bottle upside down to salvage one more shampoo out of those last few drops.

Having this extended “recession” impacting everyone in one way or another, whether worrying about keeping or getting a job, or managing today’s household budget on an income stuck in “yesteryear’s” salary, means a greater awareness of saving money whenever possible. (more…)

The Complete Beginner's Guide to Saving Money

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Saving Money Tips and Tricks to Help Keep Cash in Your Pocket

Saving money, or the saving habit as Napoleon Hill put it so many years ago, is the foundation of all financial success, including investing. Having money saved is what provides the means for you to take advantage of situations, whether it’s going back to college, starting a new business, or buying shares of stock when the market crashes. These saving money resources will provide a foundation and answer questions such as, “How much money should I be saving?” and “What is the difference between saving and investing?”. You’ll also learn the best places to save things like down payment money on a house. (more…)

Saving Tips for Beginners

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Budgets for Beginners


Budget? You? Sure, sitting down together with a spreadsheet isn’t the sexiest way to spend a Saturday, but having one puts you two in control of your cash flow so you’re able to buy what you want. Think of it as a sort of financial foreplay (and yes, you both win in the end, wink wink!). Here’s how to start, strengthen and secure your nest egg to keep it—not to mention you—from cracking. (more…)

Money Saving Tips for Beginners

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1. Shun the Things that Trigger Unnecessary Spending

Actually, this is the step where you plug the holes in your financial resources. One proven way to keep out the temptations is to lessen the hours that you spend in front of the television. Doing so, you spare yourself from the countless advertisements that are designed to lure you into spending your money. Instead of watching TV, you can have other hobbies that not only cost less, but also keep your mind off your consumption triggers. (more…)