Where To Find Money A blog to help you find money for your needs!
It is hard to make money, but you know the saying, dollar saved is a dollar earned. Instead of trying to make more money, you can try to save money you allready have earned. You probably often ask yourself where to find money to pay for this or that expense. Sometimes, the answer is so simple you would not believe it, other times you have to be creative, but still it is not that hard. This blog will hopefully give you some good ideas on where to find money, or at least motivate you to come up with new ways yourself.
Earning money has never been easy. There are lots of opportunities through the internet that offer jobs allowing you to earn money even if you are at home. However, a hundred percent of success is not assured in this kind of job, so you need to understand how it goes. Learning how to budget would [...]
Posted on 2 January 2012 | 12:55 pm
After a hard-working year, everyone wants a chance to spend some time with their family, but in order to do that, it is important to learn how to manage the finances – even on holiday. However, the vacation does not have to cost too much, and if you are careful enough, you can get your expenses to the lowest level. Here are some tips that [...]
Posted on 29 December 2011 | 1:54 pm
Getting nervous about college? I bet you are worried not just about the academic aspect of going to college but also about where to find the money for tuition fees right down to the pen you will use for writing. College expenses have definitely skyrocketed but what is more terrible is that it does not [...]
Posted on 29 December 2011 | 1:19 pm
These days, it’s important that we be cautious on our spending. Planning and proper spending should be your key ingredients in budgeting. Whether for personal, educational, or business financial needs, the formula on spending should be the same; it is to “Spend Within your Means.” It is easier said than done, most people say. How [...]
Posted on 27 December 2011 | 12:37 pm
Less than a month ago (until 11/15/2011), one could get a better-than-free cash advance from their credit card, courtesy of US Mint. It’s was easy, too: order $1,000 worth of one-dollar coins on your cash-back credit card, collect 2% (that’s free $20 for you), and skip paying credit card cash advance fees and interest. Surprise your [...]
Posted on 7 December 2011 | 3:10 pm