The spending and saving habits of your past don't define your future â€” your current ones do. Read on for our guide to adopting seven money-saving habits that stick.
Dishonesty and Disagreements Related to Money Are Common
Everyday we are inundated by articles, sound bites, Tweets, and commercials telling us how we should be managing our money. But we all have choices and finding an unbiased person to help you make those important financial decisions can be critical to your success.
â€œConsumers exhibiting financial confidence is certainly a positive sign for the American economy. Having been cost-conscious since the beginning of the recession, consumers may now be experiencing the seven-year itch with a desire to begin spending again,â€ said Gail Cunningham, spokesperson for the NFCC.
Struggling to avoid using your credit card? It may be time to think outside the box to get out of debt.
Have you ever heard of a private lender saying, â€œOkay, weâ€™ll put your account into forbearance and you will not have to make a payment for one year?â€ No.
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As American's get older, the number of people managing money for family members also increases. Ensuring you have precautions in place to protect your money and your assets is critical. Learn what you can do to start putting those measures in place.
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