Everyone has trouble saving money while growing up including me. As soon as I got my first paycheck from my first job, I couldn't have been happier. For the first time in my life, I felt like an independent woman. I didn't have to ask anyone for money to do my hair or buy food. But instead of trying to save money, I became too happy spending all my money, and when hard times hit again I didn't have any money to help me. I am here to offer advice on how to start saving money so that you can have a great future to look forward to. So here is a 7-day challenge that I think can be helpful to saving money.
Day 1: Invest in the stock market
There are many stocks you can invest in as low as $1 a month. When the company profits so will you. One app that is good to use is Stash or Cash App.
Day 2: Check out New Car Insurance Rates
Try looking into cheaper car insurance policies.
Day 3: Getting your credit score back on track
Try using websites such as credit karma or credit sesame to help track your credit scores, how much your spending on credit cards, and much more! They are free.
Day 4: Getting Paid for answering surveys
There are many different ways of getting free money by doing simple tasks online such as surveys. You can visit websites such as Survey Junkie where you answer easy questions based on household products or brands you use and will receive a check in the mail for it.
Day 5: Saving money for your family's future
Try signing up for companies like Bestow where you pay as little as $16 a month to invest in your family's future.
Day 6: Get Cashback from Using an Aspiration Debit Card
Signing up for an Aspiration debit card will allow you to earn a 10% kickback every time you swipe. There are cards that have this offer as well. Do your research.
Day 7: Get your credit cards paid off by Fiona
Fiona can match you with a low-interest loan you can use to pay off the credit card balance you have. If you have a credit score of 620 or more Fiona can help you borrow up to $100,000 with no collateral needed with fixed rates starting at 4.99% and terms from 24 to 84 months.
Let us know what you think about all of these helpful money-saving tips!
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