Right now you might be realizing you should have built an emergency fund instead of hitting Starbucks and Chick-fil-A every time you got a little busy running the kids around town. Maybe you overspent on your epic grocery store run last week and now you’re strapped for cash. Here’s how to find a mini emergency […] The post Advice from a frugal mom during coronavirus #3: Find an emergency fund in your home in 2 […]
Do you ever get to the point where you do things on autopilot, without thinking? That’s me and frugal life and I love it. I’ve been frugal for such a long time that the things I do seem totally normal to me. What I often forget is that they are not always normal to other […] The post My Top 10 Ideas For The Best Frugal Life appeared first on TuppennysFIREplace.
Regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic, tax season is here. This is what you need to know about filing your 2019 taxes.Regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic, tax season is here. This is what you need to know about filing your 2019 taxes. The post Tax Returns And COVID-19: What You Need To Know appeared first on Money Under 30.
This past month was a big win for frugality and for reduced frivolity. It always feels like money just flies out of my hands and down the drain, and then other times I hit some wins. It’s constant battle to be good with money, so reminding myself that what gets measured gets managed is a small but important way to keep on track. It’s about taking baby steps after all… 10 FRUGAL WINS I won […]
Several mutual fund houses recommend “equity savings” funds for short-term goals (1 to 3 years and up) and for “regular income”. All funds in this category have suffered huge losses in this crash rendering “equity savings” as an oxymoron. This is yet another proof of why one should not use even “a small amount of equity” for short-term needs. Equity savings as a category was born from a need to ensure AUM does not escape […]