Savings

  • Photo of 8 Unexpected Costs of Driving

    8 Unexpected Costs of Driving

    So you’ve saved up your money for months or even years, and you finally have enough for a substantial down payment on a new car. You’re also preparing to save for upcoming expenses such as car repairs and regular maintenance like oil changes and car washes. But have you budgeted enough money to account for all the costs of driving?…

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    How to Find Cheap Wi-Fi Plans

    Thanks to the rapid spread of digitalization, people can easily shop for competitive and cheap Wi-Fi plans. Moreover, cable companies aren’t the only ones who offer these services. Phone providers, amongst others, allow you to lower your average internet bill and pick between different cheap internet deals. However, cable corporations still have a strong monopoly, even though it is diminishing.…

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    Simple Tips for Saving

    Read on for a few tips that can give you the start you need and help you ensure that the wealth you need is attainable.

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    The Best Savings Opportunities in 2020

    When we entered 2019 one year ago, businesses and consumers, alike, were concerned about the economy. During that time, trade relations between the US and China escalated. In addition, the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates several times in 2018, with more increases planned for 2019. Just as importantly, the stock market plummeted and reached alarming lows. However, one year later,…

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  • Photo of Automate It! Apps & Tools for Simple Saving

    Automate It! Apps & Tools for Simple Saving

    Everybody wants to save money. The thing is, it's not always easy. So what if you could automate your saving?

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    The Risks of Investing Your Life Savings

    Common knowledge says that it is smart to invest your life savings in the markets. But is that really a good idea? Learn how Modern Portfolio Theory started.

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    How to Cope with Higher Gas Station Prices

    Just as with any other product, the gas station prices that consumers pay to fill their cars depends on the cost of producing the fuel. More specifically, when petroleum, the original product that gas is derived from, becomes more expensive, so does the cost of transportation. In those situations, consumers may struggle to find cheap gas nearby them. Since early…

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  • Photo of Part Three: Preparing for Inflation-Adjusted Premiums

    Part Three: Preparing for Inflation-Adjusted Premiums

    In January, your tax credits and average health insurance cost, per month, are going to change. Whether it’s a private plan, an employer-sponsored one, or Medicare, all consumers’ income brackets are going to be adjusted for inflation. In short, if your household earnings go up, your premiums might not because of the higher income brackets. Moreover, consumers may even qualify…

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    Crypto Alternatives for Everyday Savings Tools

     Remember when interest rates used to be high?  Gone are the days of earning ten percent or more on a short-term certificate of deposit.  Savers have long been high and dry when it comes to profitable places to stash their cash, while interest rates have been at rock bottom for years and other investments were too risky to keep savings…

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    Budgeting for Your Honeymoon

    Planning a wedding is full of budgeting. You have to consider venues, food, music, clothing, and so much more. But it doesn't stop there. You also have to prepare for your honeymoon after your big day. There's some important aspects to remember when planning your costs for this, but there are also some tricks to help your budget go farther…

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