Finding Financial Peace: How I plan on saving an extra $1000 in 2015
Sponsored Building up a savings account can be difficult for people in their 20s and early 30s. A lot of us are new in our careers and not earning the "big bucks" just yet, some are still recovering from student loan debt, and others are just starting to learn the intricacies of budgeting and money stuff. I've always been financially aware, but I didn't really worry about saving money in my 20s—I wanted to travel the world! So travel (and spend money on travel) I did. But now that I'm a…
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How to stop living paycheck to paycheck - it's not really living anyway! There are a few easy steps you'll need to take to get started:
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Not to sound too much like your parents, but saving money is actually really important. I know that as soon as your get your allowance or paycheck, you’re immediately tempted to spend it on something frivolous, whether it’s a new lipstick from Sephora, the book you’ve been waiting to read, or tickets to see your favorite band in concert. And while all of that does sound fun, it’s not practical to spend all of your money at once.
Our Journey To Financial Peace
Follow Dave Ramsey's seven baby steps to financial peace. These amazing steps will help you get out of debt and show you how to build wealth and give back. More
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