Category Archives: Saving your money

Saving your money

Get Your FREE Money-Saving Ebook

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      My new book, “The Financial Guide to Life” is free on Amazon for three days:  8/14 – 8/16.  Get it for free while you can and take advantage of all the ways it can save you money, simplify your finances, improve your investing, get you out of… Read more »

What Young People Should Know about Money

Many young people have recently graduated, started earning money, and are faced with a wide range of new financial choices.  The financial principle I most hope young people learn early is how important it is to start saving early, especially for their retirement.  Saving early, even a small amount, allows… Read more »

New Money Management Book

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I can now announce that my new money management book is available for sale and it is better than FREE! It will pay you back with money savings tips, investing expertise, and advice on how to avoid paying full price. Save hundreds of dollars a month, simplify your finances, and… Read more »

Retirement Savings – Early and Easy

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The media has plenty of gloomy talk about the poor state of people’s retirement savings and readiness for retirement: Social Security is going bankrupt. Employers are no longer offering pensions. Millennials aren’t saving for retirement. State pension funds are underfunded. What is clear is that most people need to be… Read more »

Saving Money Blogs – Save Early

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The Motley Fool site has an interesting article that covers two topics you may be interested in.  First it includes a graph based upon Census Bureau earnings data that shows median income of by gender and various age groups so you can see where you stand.  Secondly, it has a… Read more »

Earn More and Spend Less with Credit Unions

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Let’s continue our discussion of “where to save your money” with credit unions which usually offer higher rates to savers and lower rates to borrowers.  They are great places for savings accounts for your savings you may need in the near-term such as emergency funds, home down payments, and retirement… Read more »