5 budgeting tricks you won’t believe actually work

Metro graphic Portioning out your hard-earned dollars into a budget can be tricky, but there are a few tricks that will help keep more of those dollars in your pocket. Metro graphic Portioning out your hard-earned dollars into a budget can be tricky, but there are a few tricks that will help keep more of…

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Top 10 Financial Tips for Pharmacy Students

Most pharmacy schools don’t teach personal finance, so it’s up to you to set yourself up for success by taking control of your money while you’re still a student. In average, pharmacists today are graduating with more than $170,000 in student loan debt. 1 Figuring out how to tackle that debt, on top of other…

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7 Australian creatives on how they budgeted for their biggest purchases

“A new dress or a new pair of shoes will have short term pleasure, whereas investing in a property, a sturdy new car, or a new work computer will pay off in the long run.” I don’t know what your relationship with money is like, but my bank account seems like an impractical sieve: the…

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What to Do If You Receive a Financial Windfall

flying hundred dollar bills in the sky with a rainbow behind them For most of your life, money comes in at a slow and somewhat steady pace. Maybe you get a paycheck every two weeks or a Social Security payment once a month. Now and then you might get a bump from a raise, bonus,…

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Here’s How To Build a 12-Month Emergency Fund

shapecharge / Getty Images To be financially resilient, you need a source of emergency funding for the unexpected, such as a job loss, major repair, uncovered medical bills or even a global pandemic. According to a survey conducted by YouGov for Forbes Advisor, nearly 40% of people who had emergency savings prior to March 2020…

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The Big Read: With inflation putting the squeeze on families, some give up the frills while others cut back on basics

The families whom TODAY spoke to said they are digging deeper into their pockets to make ends meet as they try to ride out the inflation storm, which is unlikely to blow over soon. (Image: TODAY/Anan Musta’ein) SINGAPORE: When his petrol cost started to almost double to S$300 a week last month, warehouse manager Vincent…

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The Big Read in short: Families tighten their belts as inflation continues to bite

Inflation, the measure of how fast the prices of goods and services rise, has made headlines in the last few months as the biggest economic challenge of 2022 not just for Singapore, but for many other countries as well. Each week, TODAY’s long-running Big Read series delves into the trends and issues that matter. This…

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Commitment to Financial Literacy Creates a Pathway to Increased Financial Inclusion

Four essential financial skills that must be learned in life are: opening a bank account, building and maintaining credit, investing, and saving for retirement. The problem is that these essential… Four essential financial skills that must be learned in life are: opening a bank account, building and maintaining credit, investing, and saving for retirement. The…

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How Millionaires Spend, Save, and Invest

Nike’s (NYSE: NKE) direct-to-consumer sales now make up more than 40% of the company’s revenue. In this podcast, Motley Fool analysts Auri Hughes and Asit Sharma discuss: Nike’s earnings beat and global strategy. Okta ‘s hack, and what it means for the cybersecurity company. How rising fertilizer prices could cause wider-spread inflation. Motley Fool host…

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How Millionaires Spend, Save, and Invest

Plus a look at what’s going on with Nike, Okta, and more. Nike’s ( NKE -0.55% ) direct-to-consumer sales now make up more than 40% of the company’s revenue. In this podcast, Motley Fool analysts Auri Hughes and Asit Sharma discuss: Nike’s earnings beat and global strategy. Okta ‘s hack, and what it means for…

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