Posts Tagged ‘ Goals ’

How to Achieve Your 2012 Financial Resolutions

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One month into 2012, are you making progress achieving your financial resolutions?  If not, we rounded up a few tips to make your goals a reality when it comes to money.  Keep reading! 1.  Set Short Term Goals: If you’re goal is to pay off about $2,000 of credit card debt by the end...
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How to Stop Worrying About Money

Managing money isn’t easy and can create tremendous amounts of stress and anxiety.  Stress comes from the uncertainty of our financial situations: Will I have enough money to retire?  What happens if I lose my job, since the economy is so unstable?  Having a concrete plan of action will remove any doubts and trepidations...
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How Much Money Should You Save?

How Much Money Should You Save?

Saving money is critical and it’s a key ingredient to a healthy financial future. With the national unemployment rate at 9.9%, most people are unable to save money and are living paycheck to paycheck.  Trying to save money during this tough economic climate may seem overwhelming.  But it is possible to save money, even if...
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Achieving Your Financial Goals

In order to save money in 2010, you need goals!  That’s why the first week of January 2010 is “Goal Week” on HelpSaveMyDollars.com.  Below are 7 common goals that probably have crossed your mind.  For the next 7 days, we’ll expand and write an in-depth article on each goal and tell you the best...
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Debt Reduction

It’s “Goal Week” on HelpSaveMyDollars.com, where for the first week of 2010, we’ll highlight and expand upon many common financial goals/resolutions people have for the New Year.  Our second goal for “Goal Week” is reducing your debt!  Even if you don’t have any credit card debt now, this information is important!  To erase your...
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Impulse Spending

The 6th goal on HelpSaveMyDollars.com’s “Financial Goal Week of 2010” is one that if achieved, will dramatically improve your entire financial situation.  The biggest problem people have with their money is the fact that they spend too much.  If you wrote down everything you had purchased in one month, whether it be a tangible...
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