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More than a Third of British Citizens are Only 11 Days Away from Financial Ruin: On The Importance of Good Financial Planning

Friday, 1 August 2008, 6:18 | Budgeting, Economics, Managing Debt, Money Saving Tips | 0 Comment
by Numan

How long could you last on $1,100? A recent survey by the Yorkshire Building Society reported by the Daily Mail indicates 36% of British citizens could survive financially for only 11 days should a personal crisis occur such as losing a job or getting too ill to work. Researchers examined income and expenditure patterns among […]

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How Shopping for Groceries Online can save you Money As well As Time

by Numan

The advantages of shopping for groceries online significantly outweigh the disadvantages – 9 distinct money and time saving consideration I personally dislike shopping for groceries. I usually have much better uses for my time than combing the length and breadth of a supermarket and standing in endless lines. I think every spare moment in my ...

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Budgeting As a Family Activity

Monday, 7 July 2008, 17:12 | Budgeting, Psychology | 0 Comment
by Numan

Encouraging your family to take part in the budgeting process is crucial to its success After a very short while budgeting actually becomes fun. You simply can’t wait to add up the numbers and see how you’re meeting your goal, how much money have you been able to save and how much debt you’ve been […]

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Americans Report Their Savings Habits and Progress

Wednesday, 11 June 2008, 16:09 | Budgeting, Economics, Money Saving Tips | 0 Comment
by Numan

A recent research by the ASEC sheds light on some very important statistics regarding Americans’ saving habits and progress Americans have long been accused as saving too little while consuming too much. A recent survey by the ASEC has some intriguing results. Can you find yourself in the numbers? I’ve extracted what seemed to me […]

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Budgeting for Unexpected Expenses

Friday, 23 May 2008, 14:58 | Budgeting, Money Saving Tips | 0 Comment
by Numan

Unexpected expenses are just an expense with uncertainty attached Unexpected expenses can really hinder your saving or debt repayment efforts. You have your budget carefully planned and meticulously detailed and thought out. Then, out of the blue, pops an annoying significant and unexpected expense and re-shuffles everything.

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The Problem of Accounting and Budgeting For Cash Expenses

Thursday, 8 May 2008, 14:18 | Budgeting, Credit Cards, Money Saving Tips | 0 Comment
by Numan

Where did all that cash go ? I’ve recently written two posts on payment methods or credit cards vs. cash. I argued that while cash payments help us avoid overspending credit card payments provide us with valuable and timely information for budget planning and review (Credit Cards or Cash: A Costly Tradeoff). I also provided […]

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Credit Cards or Cash: A Costly Tradeoff

Tuesday, 29 April 2008, 14:06 | Budgeting, Credit Cards | 0 Comment
by Numan

Where do you stand in the tradeoff between cash and credit cards? There’s an ongoing debate on the preferred and recommended method of payment for routine, everyday expenses and purchases. Is paying cash better, and more financially sound, than paying with credit cards? Maybe it should be the other way around with credit cards being […]

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How to Break the Vicious Circle of Negative Cash Flow and Growing Debt

Monday, 28 April 2008, 14:03 | Budgeting, Managing Debt, Money Saving Tips | 0 Comment
by Numan

Understanding the vicious circle is the first step out of it Chronic overdraft and debt is a widely spread illness. Chances are many of the household who suffer from it are caught in a vicious circle of negative cash flow and debt. Even more likely is the fact that they are unaware of their situation […]

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