Saving Money in Retirement

One of the biggest challenges in retirement is reducing spending. Your income has decreased, you may have lost your job, or your small business is no longer profitable. Your bank account has depleted, and you have no other money. If this is you, there are many ways to conserve money and enjoy your senior years. Here are ten tips to help you start saving now. All you need to do is take some action to…

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A New Angle on Saving Money

The economy has affected everyone, and it’s no different at work or in your circle of friends and family. As a result, many people are making drastic changes to save money. If you’re feeling the pinch, brainstorm ways to save money that won’t take too much time. You can ask your colleagues or neighbors for ideas. You can draw names from a hat and give each one a small reward for saving some money. This…

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How to Save Money by Using a Data Room For Your Tax Papers

Enough being short on funds Well, maybe you already know how to save your hard-earned, but still being short on funds.  It could be that you simply have too much money to save. You may not be able to get a loan to purchase some kind of additional item, like a sofa or perhaps even a TV, but you might still be able to save some money on a garage door. It is possible to save money on things like that by reorganizing your workspace. Let’s say you need to move your computer desk. Do you get rid of it? Maybe. Perhaps you could just make…

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Inspiration for This Blog

Why does someone start blogging about financial independence?  Most people seem to start blogging because they become so immersed in their goal of financial independence that it becomes a big focus of their lives.  They constantly think about it and naturally gravitate to writing in the FIRE (financial independence, retire early) community.  In some cases, this evolves into a side business based on this passion.  In my case, it was a bit different.  I didn’t start blogging…

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