When it comes to your finances, we can become guilty of the same lack of readiness. We know life happens and we will run into some difficulties. I am not trying to be pessimistic but realistic. Emergency situations will happen to all of us. So the question is: are you ready for an emergency?
Sharing with you the savings guidelines.
I have started to work on our household budget for February and this question came to mind: if I had to cut back on our spending, what would I cut?
I don’t want you to get discouraged if you are not doing as well as you wanted. You still have half of 2013 in front of you. You can still redeem the time and make 2013 the best year for your finances. It’s time to review, reflect, and reset the plan for your money.
Last week we began with the budget series and this week we turn our attention to the topic of savings. The skill of saving money can bring a great deal of blessings to your financial situation but you have to make it a priority. You can have peace of mind knowing you are ready for emergencies and that you are preparing for the future.