There’s nothing worse than opening your mail and finding that you’ve got yet another unexpected bill come through your door.
You know how it goes. Everything is chaos, the car’s just broken down, and you’re not sure that you can cover the expense, while also paying the rent, and still managing the family vacation later in the month. Then there’s that debt you’ve been struggling to pay off for some time, and you’ve been meaning to get a handle on your finances, but looking through the backlog of your bank statements from the past 6-months is driving you insane…
Buying a car, and then looking after it, is one of life’s biggest expenses. If your family has more than one car, then you can multiply all the regular expenses by two or even three.
When you look at your monthly budget, it sometimes seems that there is no way to find extra money. However, sometimes it just takes a different perspective. If you’re looking to save money by reducing your weekly family costs, this blog has 3 great and easy ways to cut down on your day-to-day expenses.
If you are looking at investing in property, there is no doubt that you will be able to find countless articles which give you more information about the best practices which you should take. But there are not as many sources of information which tell you about some of the major mistakes to avoid.
Facing a personal financial crisis can be scary. Even if you have savings to help you out, you start to wonder just how long they’re going to last you. Whether you have high and unexpected expenses or you’ve lost your job, you need to find ways to survive until you’re able to get things back to normal.
Giving gifts is one of the best things you can do. It’s true that giving is often better than receiving. If you love to give gifts, you can spend a lot of your time looking for the perfect presents. All sorts of occasions call for gifts, so you probably be buying them year round.
While you may have thought you’ve made considerable headway with regards to saving money, such as changing your attitude towards money, and making a few of the biggest sacrifices ever in your financial life, you still seem to be struggling to get by, why do you think this is?