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A debt management strategy is important to get you out of the woods as safely and early as possible, without messing with your finances and way of life much. However, the best debt management strategy is a prevention plan. This means your savings should always have two parts to it, saving for the expenditure you can foresee or predict in the future and saving for contingencies and the unforeseeable expenditures that are most likely to run you into debts.
The best debt management strategy starts with honest and accurate assessment of your finances. This means you should sit down and review what you earn and what you spend. You can also develop a good idea of your expenditure by studying your credit card bills. This will tell you where most of your expenditure is going, and are there any costs that you could probably avoid or cut upon to allocate money to paying off your debts. Read More »
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Money market savings account is a great way of receiving high rates of interest, before taking the risks associated with investments in stocks and bonds. Money in these accounts is insured by FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation), just like money in normal savings accounts.
This means that in case the bank runs out of business, the government will guarantee that you receive all the money that was in your bank account. Money market savings account is a very safe way to make guaranteed returns while still having the ability to withdraw the money.
Money market savings account can not only secure your money but also help you in planning for the future; you just need to choose the bank or financial institution. First of all, you should search as many varied banks as possible. With the availability of Internet today, it does not take long to have a look at 5-6 different banks quickly. Taking some extra time to carry out your research will really pay off for your benefits. Read More »
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