The first rule of personal finance is to spend less than you earn. Pretty simple, right? Unfortunately, this basic rule can be difficult to follow. It takes discipline. Here are some tips to help you reduce spending. Day after day, these small savings can add up to big savings.
If you’re a frugal person, shopping designer often may be out of the question.
But once in a while it’s nice to spoil yourself. I mean, what’s life without a little fun? And just because you buy designer doesn’t mean you have to drain your bank account. Here’s four tricks that will help you save money when you want to wear designer clothes.
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PPI, which stands for Payment Protection Insurance, comes from credit card and banks to aid people whenever they encounter debts and yet they want to maintain repayments. Nonetheless, repayment may be withheld when the person with debt encounters involuntary unemployment. It can be due to an accident, sickness, or other conditions. In these situations, PPI is one thing they could lean on. That’s...
I firmly believe that everyone in college should have a side job, especially after their first year.
As a student you may find it less stressful to study exclusively and finance your living expenses with student loans. But I can guarantee you one thing: You will immediately regret taking out loans for every day expenses when you graduate and discover the entirety of your debt from college.