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Cutting Costs

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Are you financially stable? Are you satisfied with your financial state? Do you have a financial strategy? Everyone has moments when they feel a few dollars short of comfort at times, but more money doesn’t always solve financial difficulties. Establishing and practicing strong money management skills can help you use the money you have today to live the life you want. You will also learn how to handle money that you come into in life wether it be from a good job or inheritance. It is important to always have a plan for your money. Being prepared with your money will help you to spend your money wisely. Find a reason not to spend on things that don’t matter, keep a goal that is more important Take notes and keep track Make saving a habit, stop thinking how much just make it a routine Create a spending plan, it helps with your bills Cut back, if you can’t completely get rid of an expense Your payments should not outlive your purchase Saving money is hard, but there is always room to learn. Consistently saving your money and planning your personal finances will help you get to a good spot with your…

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Financial Awareness

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Do you have good money habits? Do you have financial stability? Do you know how to invest? Are you aware of your financial situation? Forming positive money habits and a good financial routine is an important part of creating financial stability. It is important to understand finances early on and start paying attention to your money earlier in life. We want to avoid continuing the long line of financial struggle including the tough and competitive job market. Investments and student loans have become challenges rather than ways to help us better our financial state. Commitment, discipline and responsibility is important in order to achieve financial independence these days. We know that most of us want to save money, but it is a difficult process due to the pressures of living expenses. Lets take initiative take our finances to the next level: Don’t take out a credit card Up your Savings whenever you can Be comfortable with investing Prioritize Pay off debt Think about your future Stick up for yourself and take initiative in the work place Have open conversations about money with your elders Prepare Keep things simple Keep advancing The best way to stop feeling like you are living on a…

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Financial Skills

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Do you lack basic personal financial skills? Do you understand your finances? Do you need help making sure you are following the right path with your money? Are you comfortable with how you handle your finances? We can always benefit from skills and tools that lead us towards healthy financial practices. We should be building strong and stable money management skills that help us control our finances. It is important to learn as much as you can when it comes to your money. We want to become financially savvy and build a good credit history that can help us in our future. Be stingy with your money. Every penny counts. Those small stops like fast food and a coffee in the morning, they add up! You go from $20 a day to $400 a month. These stops are expensive and will hurt your bank account.  Keep a good credit score. Good credit can be the determining factor for different situations. For example, it make or break whether or not you get approved for a rental. Building positive credit early on can really help you in the future. Don’t maintain extra expenses. Subscription costs such as Pandora, Spotify, Netflix and Hulu…

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Broke Life

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  Are you sick of being broke? Do you need to work on your spending habits? Do you need to learn how to save or earn more money? As humans we sometimes like to be reckless and a little irresponsible. We love adventure and buying things we shouldn’t because it adds excitement to our lives. Unfortunately, sometimes we realize we spent the money in the wrong place. There is always an organization we wish we could give money to or times we can’t afford our rent and bills, which makes us feel insecure and stressed out. Have you ever had a friend who trusted you and lent you money, but you really can’t afford to pay them back and you’re mortified. There are ways to stop being broke and start working towards financial freedoms. Get in the right mindset Narrow down what you want to accomplish Set short term and long term goals for yourself Keep a budget and hold yourself accountable Don’t compare Stop paying attention to what your friends have and focus on yourself Change your attitude and shopping behavior- avoid magazines and tv shows that make you want more Forget about brand names Keep track Account for…

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Financial Spring Cleaning!

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We always need a little Spring cleaning in our lives! Do you need to clean up your financial affairs? Do you need to organize your important documents, bills and statements? Don’t feel bad, every once in a while we all need a little organization in our lives. Clutter can make us clueless to what is coming in and out of our bank accounts. If we are organized we can better connect with our money and take control of our financial obligations. There are lots of ways to establish positive financial health with a little bit of self discipline. We have to be persistent in building and managing organized financial habits. If you are deliberate about getting your financial life and important documents in order you will see a difference. Getting organized will help you to stay on top of everything. Gather and organize your documents: monthly bills, bank statements and pay stubs investment statements credit card information insurance policies tax returns warranties important documents -certificates, licenses, wills Trash or save Create a filing system with folders and tabs Sort everything into these folders Organize your folders according to your preference Once you have created a system that works for you,…

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Money Problems

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The American Dream fills your head with success stories and being “rich.” In reality, the American Dream should be living comfortably and within your own means. Everyone has a different situation and lives a different lifestyle. A young single entrepreneur is not going to have the same financial responsibilities as a couple with a family of 5 children. Don’t get caught up in what others have, instead invest in yourself and realize what works for you and your life. So many of us make these mistakes: Buying too much house Car Fetish Paying for extra stuff and upgrades Dipping into your 401k Paying too much for college Getting in on the game too late and saving too late No Goals Next time you want the next best thing, think twice and re-evaluate the results of your possible purchase. When it comes to your money keep a clear head. Don’t spend if it is unnecessary or not worth it. Be smart and stay strong! Fast Cash Title Loans, LLC. can help you with your money problems. Stop by and see us today! #titleloans #fastcash #cash #money  

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Fix Your Credit

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Do you suffer from bad credit? Do you need help fixing your credit? Do you know how to repair your credit? There are lots of Americans in today’s world walking around with bad credit. Living with bad credit is hard and stressful. It can make things hard and sometimes impossible. Many companies check your credit score for different reasons such as billing and security deposits, taking out a line of credit or a loan. We need a good credit score to build our future if we want to buy a house or build our own business. Good credit is imperative when it comes to saving money and building yourself financially. Good credit can help you to save money on your insurance, credit cards and loans if you have any. It can also open up other doors for opportunity with your employer or maybe your future goals of your own business endeavor. Good credit gives you peace of mind in knowing that you can borrow whenever you need or want too. There are ways to fix your credit yourself… here are some things to get you started. Get your free credit report Review your credit report Decide what needs repair Dispute any incorrect information Get current…

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Less is More – Stealthy Wealth

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  Less is more approach to wealth. Are you spending money you haven’t earned? Are you buying things to impress others? So many people believe that how much “stuff” you buy defines how “rich” you are. Wrong! Being financially wise and successful is so much more than just how much stuff you can buy in life. We live in a society where a lot of people think being financially stable means owning new cars and wearing  new designer clothes. We find it so easy to spend money on things that may make us look like we’re well-off, but really, the financially successful and fulfilled individuals are the ones that don’t need to show-off their wealth. Financial success is not how much you make or spend on “stuff” every year, but really how much money you actually save and build over a period of time. Staying stealthy Drive an economical and safe car or take public transportation Keep your personal life private Stay fake when it comes to materialistic “stuff” Don’t share your income – how much you make Don’t share your net worth Spread your assets Keep an open mind and stay diverse mentally and socially Stay humble Stay encouraging and positive…

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Live Within Your Means

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Do you budget your money? Do you know how to budget your money? Believe it or not a lot of us don’t budget or even really know how to budget your money. We don’t take full responsibility for our finances or even pay attention to where our money is going, we just spend. Majority of us routinely spend more money than we can afford, we don’t spend within our means. Going into debt is an easy and common pattern to slip into. It is also a hard fix. You need to know your finances and spend less than what you have coming in. A budget can help you to pay your bills on time, have money for emergencies and eventually reach your financial goals. Lets focus on some simple ways to start the budget process and organizing our money. Starting a budget: (break down your budget monthly) Add up your income Estimate your expenses Figure out the difference: (total of your monthly income – the total of your monthly expenses =the difference) If you get a positive number this means you are spending less than you earn. If you get a negative number this means you are spending more than your…

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Money Mindset

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Are you ready to overhaul your spending patterns, start funneling more money into your bank account? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve picked our favorite ways to improve your finances and the way you relate to money. These are the tips and tools that you need in order to get your financial resolutions in place. Here are some ways to correct and better your finances and money mindset: Start shining a positive light on money and feeling good about it Lower your costs of driving and avoid unnecessary expenses of driving Cut your spending Pay attention and take advantage of shopping tools such as deals, coupons and shopping apps Say yes to opportunities that allow you to earn more Instead of fearing money and debt, strengthen your view of money Keep your financial status private Keep track and stay on top of your insurance policies…research all your options Protect yourself from credit card fraud Get the most out of your savings account and stay informed about banking options Stop worrying about money Always be honest with yourself or partner, make money dates to review finances and big decisions Reflect on how you can work on setting and…

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