You want more money, but saving is hard - especially today. You're being pulled in a multitude of directions. Everyone has their hand out. With new government regulations touching the health insurance and health care industry, your bank account is going to start feeling even smaller. It's demoralizing to check your bank account balance - you have more month than you do money in your account. It doesn't have to be this way though. Here are some … [Read more...] about 3 Easy Ways to Put More Cash In Your Pocket Today
What a question right? This isn't a post about all the ways that you can save money, because there are just too many to mention. Each person can save money in different ways, so it would be very difficult for me to put them all here. Instead, I wanted to share with you the answer to "How Do I Save Money?". I will then ask you for your feedback and provide a very simple yet effective tip for saving money. So, here we go. How Do I Save … [Read more...] about How Do I Save Money?
Well, it is American Saves Week and here at Debt Roundup we are trying to show how you can save as much as you can even though the interest rates you earn are dismal at best. As the years have progressed, savers have really had to work harder to keep money in their pockets and in their bank accounts. This global economy is not a saver's economy. You might not have any problems shelling out money, but if you want to sock it away for a rainy … [Read more...] about America Saves Week – The Dwindling Savings Rate
This is a guest article by Rick. If you are interested in contributing to Debt RoundUp, please follow our guidelines. In case you hadn't noticed, times are tight today. The economy has been sluggish for the last few years and recently shows only moderate signs of recovery. Job markets also have not improved at the pace that will put economic recovery on the fast track. Lots of people have begun to search for ways to make ends meet by making … [Read more...] about Change Your Lifestyle, Increase Your Savings
With the devastation from Hurricane Sandy still affecting millions in the northeast, I figured I would talk about the true importance of an emergency savings fund. There is always the general consensus that you should have about 6 months worth of living expenses saved up in your emergency fund. There are other thoughts about only having about $1,000 in your fund. If you are working on reducing your debt, then the $1,000 can be a good number, … [Read more...] about The True Importance of an Emergency Fund