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Living From Paycheck To Paycheck

Many of us, including myself struggle with every necessities, such as rent, Car-payment, bills, daycare and the list goes on and on, but have you ever stop to think how close you are from being evicted from your home, or losing your car because the money you depended on so much stop coming in.  Many American’s are in this position, unless you have a mate helping you out, or a roommate, and if you do that’s great!, but what if you’re by yourself, what if you have kids to raise on your own, well this information I’m about to revile to you might just help you, Why!  because I don’t want what happened to me, happen to you.  You see I know what it feels like to live paycheck to paycheck wondering how the rent going to get paid, I know how it feels to be homeless have to bunk up over relatives home sleeping on the floor barely eating, I been their and truly, I wish that on no one.  So that’s why I’m here to guide you through some simple steps, and if you follow my  plan then you will be on your way to having a happy stable life.  First and above all please Pay yourself first, I don’t care if it’s $20 still pay yourself, and why I say this is because you work hard to get that money. And you deserve it.  Put some emergency money away tuck in a safe place and keep it there, why because you never know when you’re going to need it, and emergency can come up anytime, so if something suddenly happens, then you at least know it’s there. Take your lunch to work, instead of paying for your lunch at McDonald or Burger King, it cost money and if you add it up at the end of the week, how much do you think that will be, you be savings lot of money by taking your lunch to work.
I know I love to go out and have a good time on the weekends after working so hard during the work day. Try to find free places to go by Googling what’s going on in your area free for fun, this way you don’t have to spend a lot of money, and still you be able to enjoy yourself. Last Invest in your 401k on your job, usually if you put in a bit more, your job will do the same,and when it is time for you to retire, you will have your nest egg there waiting when that day comes.
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