Looking for a few hot ideas for saving money in 2014? Chances are, eliminating debt and saving for the future are on your list of goals for the New Year. The question really becomes, ‘how do I do it?’
Doing a bit of research is the first step, and we’ve gone ahead and done that bit for you! This collection of 5 articles looks at various aspects and tactics for saving money and eliminating debit in the New Year.
5 Articles with Ideas for Saving Money in 2014
It’s a new year and starting fresh feels easier than ever right now. Thus, now is the time to start developing the strategies that will help you save money all year. This article provide a few awesome ideas to help you achieve your financial goals.
For example, “People who stick to a list while grocery shopping spend less money than those who don't. Other ways to cut your food bill include brown bagging your lunch and restricting the number of times you dine out each month.”
Borrow a few strategies from this list and you’ll be on your way to achieving your financial goals for 2014.
Saving money can be a grueling task with so many shiny objects and distractions out there trying to sweet-talk us out of our hard earned dollars. Sometimes it helps to have a little inspiration, which is exactly what this family provides.
‘"I had no idea how we were going to spend the next 10-plus years paying $990 a month in debt. How would we ever own a house, have a child and have any quality of life?" Kroezen recalls asking herself.’
They found a way, and were kind enough to outline how it was done. If you’re trying to pay off debt, this article may be the blueprint you need!
You’ve already identified saving money as your #1 goal for 2014, but how do you stick to it? This article shares a few apps that can help you track your spending and saving progress in 2014.
For example, “Mint.com: One of the best apps to track and categorize spending. You can even download that info into an Excel file. The app lets you share your information with others, making it a great way to communicate with your spouse or to track your teen’s spending.”
Find the right app for your needs and stay on track in 2014!
Along the same vein as the previous article, this top 10 list identifies 10 of the best online financial resources. Whether you want to pay off debt, save for retirement, find info on taxes, learn the best investment strategies, you’ll find resources here.
The author notes that, “Wrong financial resources can cost a lot of your money and jeopardize your finances. This is why, it is important to get hold of the right financial resources and manage your money properly.”
This article tackles both the psychological and tangible strategies for slaying your debt. How you approach eliminating debt is just as important as the tactic you choose:
“Whatever tactic you choose, narrow your focus onto that debt. After you've met your basic expenses for the month, make the minimum payments on other obligations and throw as much cash as possible at the targeted debt.”
Keep this article on hand throughout the year to keep your debt-slaying momentum and you may just be in the black in 2015!
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