Four Ways To Save More Money Every Day

Sooner or later you are going to need money for something. Maybe your car breaks down and can’t be fixed so you need a down payment for a new one, or maybe you become ill and have to leave your job and find a way to survive without a steady income. In that scenario, with any luck, you’ll have some sort of annuity from your job, or at least some disability money coming in, but you still want to have some sort of a nest egg put away. Contine reading

Should You Stop Gambling If You’re In Debt?

For many of us, gambling is just part of our culture and part of what we do for entertainment, whether it’s just taking a chance now and then at the local casino or if it’s somewhat of a career you engage in on a full-time basis. I personally know very few people who are completely debt free, so I guess you know where I’m headed with my answer to the question of whether or not one should completely stop gambling when it debt. The short answer is “no,” but then again this all depends on your relationship with your gambling habits. Contine reading

Tips for Saving Money

There are so many options when it comes to saving and investing money, that it can be overwhelming for a beginning saver. Creating a nice cushion, or rainy day fund is always a great idea for whatever curveballs life may throw at you or for a financial goal. If you’re new to saving, here are a few suggestions to get you on your way to reaching your savings goals. Contine reading

3 Ways to Earn Money If You’re Good At Technology

Everybody gets faced with the question of what they want to do with their life. For most people, the question is introduced at infancy. Parents have always been good at pinning jobs on their children whenever they show an aptitude for something. If a kid likes to sing, the parents say, “There’s our little singer”. If the kid is smart, they say that their kid is going to be the next president of the United States. Contine reading