$500 – $1500 that is the amount of money you spend on your child’s birthday, right? Let me clue you into something – what a waste of money! It is important to make your child feel loved, but not worth getting further in debt for one event. If you feel pressure to take your eight year old and some friends to Disneyland for a few days, stop! To save money, here are five ways to cut back on … Continue ReadingRead More on BankTruth.org
Success is being rich and having a whole bunch of money, right? Bill Gates had a slightly different answer. When asked what his idea of success was he said, “Warren Buffet has always said the measure is whether the people close to you are happy and love you.” It is easy to make this statement when you have plenty of money and aren’t working like crazy to simply make ends meet and take care of those people you love. … Continue ReadingRead More on BankTruth.org
Free samples, good gas prices and saving money with the coupon books; but Costco might be increasing the membership fee this year. How much more will you pay to be a member? Is it still worth it to be a member? Should you stay with Costco or go to another warehouse store? These are all questions you have to answer, but we are going to help you figure out what your answer will be.
Costco announced that … Continue ReadingRead More on BankTruth.org
And five, four, three, two, one…save money? You morning workout causes you to sweat, your muscles to burn and your heart to pound. Your workout is hard, but a job well done makes you proud. Saving money is no different. So next time you turn on that work out video think about what you are learning about saving money while getting in shape.
Ten More Seconds
When you are burned out, those last ten seconds can feel like an … Continue ReadingRead More on BankTruth.org
In 2008, right before the big stock market crash, American’s had a total of $12.68 TRILLION in debt! That number seems hard to even comprehend. But, in the last 8 years we have steadily climbed back up into that same amount of debt. According to a report from the Federal Bank of New York, American’s household debt at the end of 2016 had reached $12.58 trillion. We are dangerously close to the same amount of debt eight years … Continue ReadingRead More on BankTruth.org