If you are in your twenties, thirties and just getting out of college. It is a good idea to watch your costs of living if you are going to pursue your ideals and goals. Getting straddled with student loan and personal debt can create a large hurdle to overcome and according to a recent article at yahoo news you can lose your focus on goals. How to maintain a low cost of livin and how to live cheap on your own: Keep you rent to 1/4 of your overall salary. Certainly not more than 1/2 but ideally it would be lower than that. But a lower cost vehicle and concentrate on something used out of college. Even if you can afford a nice ride it would make better financial sense to have no car payments. Let technology take a back burner. Drop the latest cell phone and buy your smartphone th...Read More
Medical coverage is exceedingly expensive and even if you are able to afford good insurance it is no guarantee that you won't receive a high medical bill. No matter what the circumstance, I cringe at the thought of having to take an emergency vehicle. Emergen...Read More
I'm constantly driven to find ways to save money and cutting your food bills in half is not as difficult as you might think. Of course you still want to make sure that your diet and nutrition is healthy and to discuss dieting with a doctor or nutritionist can ...Read More
The housing recovery is certainly upon us and mark a step in the right direction to help bail some Americans out from where the economy stood just a few short years ago. The big question remains whether house loans "Are a good idea to get right now?" Home lo...Read More
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