In need of an emergency fund? A new car? Or maybe a nice vacation? Most people probably said yes to all of these questions. However, a majority of people have little to nothing put away for any one of these. Many financial experts agree that everyone should have at least $1000 in savings for an emergency. In 2013, The Fed asked respondents how they would pay for a $400 emergency ...
I’m starting a short fitness challenge today! Who’s with me? I know, I know. Who wants to do burpees? Why a fitness challenge on a centsible, money spirited blog? Hear me out….
Burpees are hard, BUT they are free!! They work EVERY part of your body, including the most important muscle you have – the heart! No gym membership or equipment required! So there you go – they are a frugal ...
When putting money away, there are two ways to look at it. Are you saving for a vacation or new furniture? Are you saving for college or retirement? Depending on your answer, you will need to determine the most effective way to grow your money.
Everyone wants their money to grow, whether it be by interest or increase in value for a stock or mutual fund (investment vehicle made up of ...
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