Most people have credit card debt, much more than what you owe. Not to worry, though, if you can’t keep up with it that is what bankruptcy is for. When I filed for it my debt was 70k. Now I remain debt free and what I have I own and is paid for and I […]
Walking or pet sitting people’s pets. Do you have anything of value that you could sell? Mow lawns or shovel snow(if it snows where you live). Wash people’s cars.
For some checks you only have 90 days to cash them. They will earn no interest, and there’s the possibility they will be lost or stolen. Open a checking account and a savings account, deposit the money split between the two account
I never got pocket money either and my friends used to be given pocket money weekly regardless of what they did or did not do to help at home…so from a teenage perspective I know how you feel…. at 15 I had to work Friday evening 4-8 and Saturday 6-2 in my mums business to […]
Not necessarily, but there are a lot of other places you can find a notary public. Use google or the phone book to find one near you. Pay attention to what documentation and ID you will need to bring.
What you pay off depends on the interest you are getting on your savings and the interest you pay on the loans. I always thought that student loans were low interest loans. And how much interest do you pay on your car or house? And if you just pay ahead any of the payments, be […]
There are three types of income. The first type income is earned income, this is where you work for money and is artificially rewarded money by your employer for completing tasks set by your employer. The second is cash flow income given through investments, this is income that you receive monthly or annually from your […]
Let him get a loan for your car. If he can’t, I say he has financial problems. In that case you have to let it go. Never lend money to friends or family. It will be the end of a friendship for you. Just tell him you need the cash up front and a regular […]
There are tons of ways to save money. Bills.com offers a Ways to Save Calculator. I recommend that you check it out: http://www.bills.com/ways-to-save . Some common ways are not to buy coffee, cut down on cable costs, and get a cheaper cell phone program. However, there are many other categories. However, before you check out […]
$10,000 by age 24 sounds about average allowing for circumstancial variables. For instance, if you opted to attend a 4yr college which you funded yourself or with the help of student loans then you may not have the average savings yet. However, your earning potential is significantly higher and if you saved the difference in […]