Living Paycheck to Paycheck—How Can You Save?
Mechel Glass, CredAbility.org
These are just a few suggestions to consider, but if you don’t have a savings account, it’s time to make some tough decisions. It’s much easier to reduce your expenses and boost your income before you need those funds. The tougher task may come later if you haven’t saved money for medical emergencies or an unexpected job loss.
Mechel Glass is the former vice president of education for ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions. She is a U.S. Army veteran, entrepreneur, author, and educator.
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