The Language of Money Language is a tool of communication in all areas of life. The practitioners in various professions generally use their inside language for the sake of accuracy and efficiency. For instance, most people do not need or… Read More ›
My notes on personal finance.
Crystal Paine’s MoneySavingMom.com blog, a popular personal finance site which offers instructions on how to pinch pennies, spend wisely and make money from home. She presents workable strategies for generating income in with she cites her personal experience as her… Read More ›
Here’s an illustration of how the shrewd use of debt can enhance your retirement security. Take three couples of the same age: Each makes $120,000 a year, each takes a $300,000 interest-only mortgage on nearly identical homes, each has $30,000… Read More ›
When you want to buy something but don’t actually need it, put it off until your next pay check(salary). The wait will teach you how much you want it, and help you avoid overspending.
50% Needs utilities food debt services 30% Wants memberships entertainment vacations 20% Savings retirement fund emergency fund savings account