Articles Tagged ‘Banking Advice’

Banking Advice on How to Jump Start Your Savings This Year
Friday, January 9th, 2015
Banking Advice on How to Jump Start Your Savings This Year

The start of the new year is a time when many of us look to improve our lives by making resolutions. Along with health-related resolutions, new years goals that relate to personal finances are particularly common. Two of the most important financial goals are to pay down debt and to save more.

The benefits of paying down your debt are immediately apparent, but sometimes the benefits of building up your savings sometimes aren’t clear until a number of years down the road. This means that sometimes personal savings gets neglected.

With that in mind, here are some tips for jump...

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Banking Advice on How to Jump Start Your Savings This Year
Friday, January 9th, 2015
Banking Advice on How to Jump Start Your Savings This Year

The start of the new year is a time when many of us look to improve our lives by making resolutions. Along with health-related resolutions, new years goals that relate to personal finances are particularly common. Two of the most important financial goals are to pay down debt and to save more.

The benefits of paying down your debt are immediately apparent, but sometimes the benefits of building up your savings sometimes aren’t clear until a number of years down the road. This means that sometimes personal savings gets neglected.

With that in mind, here are some tips for jump...

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How to Jump Start your Savings in 2014
Tuesday, December 17th, 2013
How to Jump Start your Savings in 2014

Performing a regular financial audit on yourself and your household from time to time can be quite valuable. Without knowing your current financial situation, or how much progress you’re making toward your long term goals, there’s no way to know if you need to refine your financial strategies.

One key element of your personal financial audit is to evaluate your current savings practices. Unless you have money saved, and have developed good habits for continuing to do so, it will be difficult to maintain any significant measure of financial stability.
While it can be challenging to adjust to a new...

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When Should You Tap Into Your Emergency Savings Account?
Tuesday, May 28th, 2013
When Should You Tap Into Your Emergency Savings Account?If you’re following sound financial advice then you’ve built up a good-sized emergency savings account. And you’ve resisted the temptation to use this fund for splurges like a vacation or a new car. But you may have asked yourself when exactly it makes financial sense to go ahead and tap into that emergency savings account. In general, you should be comfortable using your emergency savings for expenses that fall outside of a well considered budget plan. Even the best planned budgets can be hit with something unexpected. Here are some examples of situations in which it would likely make...

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Banking Advice on How to Jump Start Your Savings in 2013
Monday, December 10th, 2012
Performing a regular financial audit on yourself and your household from time to time can be quite valuable. Without knowing your current financial situation, or how much progress you’re making toward your long term goals, there’s no way to know if you need to refine your financial strategies. One key element of your personal financial audit is to evaluate your current savings practices. Unless you have money saved, and have developed good habits for continuing to do so, it will be difficult to maintain any significant measure of financial stability. While it can be challenging to adjust to a new savings...Read More »

TheAdvice.com, LLC Launches Network of Sites To Answer Today’s Most Pressing Financial Questions
Tuesday, January 11th, 2011
For Immediate Release Bayside, NY (PRWEB) January 11, 2011 Personal Finance expert Walter Edelstein, CFP® has developed a simple yet elegant solution to the time-consuming and often expensive process of seeking expert financial advice. TheAdvice.com financial advice family of websites provides consumers with up-to-date information and advice to help them weave through the complicated maze of financial information. Economic times are tough and finding the right answers can be tricky, not to mention expensive. Expert financial advice often comes with a hefty price tag. Financial advisors and planners range in their ability and knowledge and hiring the right one to fit your...

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