This ” 10 Blog Posts To Improve Managing Your Finances ” post is a compilation of posts that I read and featured on The Practical Saver over the past couple of moths. Over the past couple of months, I have read posts and shared articles from the personal finance blog world that I believe would be beneficial to the readers.
The Practical Saver Great Weekly Reads #13 is my roundup of posts I found to be worth sharing to my readers and worthy of being mentioned. These posts may or will help my readers in fulfilling goals they have in life. If you find posts that should be included in The Practical Saver Great Weekly Reads, please let me know.
The Practical Saver Great Weekly Reads #12 is my weekly roundup of posts I found to be worth reading and worthy of being mentioned. These posts may help my readers in fulfilling goals they have in life. Should you find posts you think should be included in The Practical Saver Great Weekly Reads, please let me know.
The Practical Saver Great Weekly Reads #6 is my weekly roundup of blog posts I found valuable, worth-reading, and interesting. The lessons from these posts may help the readers in fulfilling whatever goals they have.
This “How I Paid $40K in Debt and Saved $70K in 2.5 Years” post details how the author was able to pay off debt he owned to creditors and saved more than $70K in under 3 years. The author wishes to provide inspiration to those who are going through the struggles associated with debt or trying to pay off debt.
This “ 10 Simple Rules of Investing ” post explains the basics of investing. These simple rules are applicable to stock market, real estate, and other investments. Whether you are investing in the stock market or real estate or on something else, investing has its own risks and rewards. There are those people who stay…
It is tax season and many people will be filing their tax returns and waiting for their tax refunds. So, it is really fitting to create a post related to tax refunds. This posts provides the readers ways that they can use their tax money that will provide more benefits in the long run.