Most of us think that we have a pretty tight grip on our finances. Sure, it wasn’t always this way. We’ve made some mistakes along the way from bad investments to frivolous purchases to poorly managed debts.
We’ve all made money mistakes. Even the most squeaky-clean bank account has seen a few mistake purchases in its time. If we’re lucky, these issues iron out and serve as lessons. In extreme cases, money mistakes can lead to years of debt, or a bad credit rating which sticks like glue. However, unfair as it may seem, it could be that you are ACTUALLY paying for other people’s mistakes.
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?