An emergency fund or what some call a contingency fund allows you to stick to a spending plan without having to change and interrupt your budget to meet unexpected costs and expenses. You can plan better and manage your finances knowing you can cover emergency expenses as they arise.
This is especially during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. You never really know what happened. Either they lost a job due to COVID-19, or something else dealing with COVID-19 like a parent or close family member getting sick. Maybe they were not living within their means or got extended with bills, and just could not keep up.
Congratulations! You finally made it and graduated, and now it’s time to face a different world. And that includes planning to spend your money. Keep the following spending plan tips for graduates in mind as you get out in the world and start working your first real job. Use a Spending Plan and Plan your … Continue reading “Spending Plan Tips for Graduates”
Managing money well gives you more choices and options. You see, money is just a tool to help you reach your goals and dreams. It’s an asset and a help. It’s not a master, and it’s a terrible god. William Jennings Bryan, three-time Presidential candidate, put it this way in a speech in 1900, “There … Continue reading “Managing Money Well Creates Choices￼”
Four Recipes to Financial Success Below are four recipes to financial success. By that, I mean that if you focus and do just one of these things well, the chances of having success with your finances will increase. You can be successful and find a level of success that will propel you to even more … Continue reading “”