“You need to spend money to make money,” is a common phrase. But it’s not actually true. Unless you’re investing in a major project, spending money is just that — spending money. In truth, you don’t need to make any major investments or make major changes to save money every month. Using a few nifty tricks, you can actually cut costs using things you already own.
The Great Recession of 2008 created a domino effect of financial woes for an entire generation and the new post-pandemic economy could very well have the same effect. While the COVID-19 crisis is first and foremost a public health crisis, many Americans are nervous about what the pandemic could mean for their financial futures.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing a lot of concern. Americans get about 1 billion colds every year. Unfortunately, the cold can look a lot like the coronavirus — so make sure you’re always monitoring your family’s health and are communicating with medical professionals as needed.
It’s exciting to finally have the key to your first home in the palm of your hand. But now that you’ve made your down payment, paid your real estate agent, and closed on the house, chances are your bank account is looking a little worse for wear.
These are obviously very strange and uncharted times. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of families are confined to their homes — nearly 24 hours a day — and a large portion of those parents are out of work. Stimulus checks are on their way, but how much are they really going to help. It’s imperative that you are carefully monitoring your budget at all times during this pandemic.
Healthcare expenses are a major concern for many Americans. Million still lack health insurance, and even people who are insured struggle with high premiums, deductibles, copayments, and out-of-pocket expenses. Approximately 30 million people in the United States use pawn shops each year, but you don’t want to find yourself in the position of selling your prized possessions to afford medical treatment. How can you get the care you need without selling off assets, going into debt, and possibly risking bankruptcy? Here are six ways you can save on your medical bills.