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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

A Handy Guide To Help You Feel More Financially Secure!

Money makes the world go round. It seems that these days, money is becoming increasingly important to survive. Prices are rising, so we need to make sure that we’re financially able to deal with all this. If you’re worried about your finances, I have some tips to help you be more financially secure:


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Open A Savings Account

One of the best ways you can achieve financial security is by opening a savings account. This is a bank account where you can deposit money into as often as you please. Some people set up a direct debit that deposits money every month, others go for every year, it’s up to you! The benefit of doing this is that you have money spare, in your savings account. Plus, savings accounts have better interest rates, so the money can slowly grow over time. Your savings account will make you more secure and be great in case of emergency.

Get Some Insurance

If you have something valuable, it’s a good idea to insure it. You can insure individual goods, like laptops or phones, under warranty. This means if something happens to them during the warranty period, you can get it replaced for free. Then you have things like car insurance and home insurance, which can keep those two things safe. You can even get income protection insurance to help you out if illness prevents you from going to work. This can be good because you’ll get paid a percentage of your income while you’re off sick, so that you can be more financially safe. You can visit to see the requirements for income protection. In general, any type of insurance can be helpful if you want to keep yourself and your family financially secure.

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Increase Your Income

An obvious way to become more secure in your finances is to have more money. And how can you do this? For starters, you could look at getting a better job. If you’re unhappy with the pay at your current job, think about looking for an improved one. Only do this if you know you could get paid more for the skills you offer. The second thing you could do is look for another job or source of money. There are lots of little things you can do online to make money on the side; you’ll be surprised at how effective it can be.

Pay Bills On Time

One sure fire way to not be financially secure is to slip into debt. A good way to avoid this is to make sure you’re paying all your bills on time. It’s a good idea to set up automatic payments for all of your bills. That way, you won’t have to remember to pay bills at certain times, it will be done for you. This can stop your bills from piling up until you have no way of paying them all at once and end up in debt. Make sure you’re paying your bills on time, and that you can afford them.

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JOJO VITO said...

I agree it's not only about savings, it's really a matter of increasing the income :)

Esme Sy said...

I've been thinking of getting insurance for some time now, but I think a savings account will do. These are awesome tips especially for people who are just starting out in life.

papaleng said...

Very helpful recommendations. I can deal with all except that of having an insurance.


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