In this life, in this world, everything has a specific value that for the most part can be represented through money. You can identify the importance of something by justifying or comparing it with how much money it will cost to obtain. […]
My mother always told me, “Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving”. This saying stuck with me over time, but I never truly understood its meaning until I recently attended a workshop hosted by Nuvision Federal Credit Union.
From Past Mistakes to Future Opportunities: The Path to Better Money Management and Saving
I recently attended Nuvision’s financial education seminar at Marina High School. Knowing that money is at the root of everything we do and essential in our society to maintain a good standard of living, I wanted to learn more.
In order to attain the best financial success, it is imperative that one starts early. It is best to get in the habits of saving money early in one’s life. By getting in these habits early on, they become lifelong behaviors that one will continue well into their old age. […]
The Benefits of Industrious Living
Young people today have the problems of overspending, massive student loans, and crushing debt. While this can be overwhelming, there are ways to fix these problems, becoming better savers while maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
As a young adult, it is easy to get caught up in trying to purchase the newest technology or the most expensive products in an effort to keep up with trends and impress your classmates. This behavior, however, will inevitably lead you to a pool of debt, from which you will struggle to escape. […]
How can People Become Debt Free
You would become shocked of the staggers that exist in consumers’ financial circumstances in the United States. Data shows that more than 70% of the consumers take to the grave with them not only themselves, but a debt that was never paid.
How Young Adults Can Save Money
As young adults, people are tempted to spend their money on trendy items and/or items for school. Young adults are at the age where they are able to buy what they want and what they need.
Money is a Tool
In contemporary society, many opportunities to spend money and be a consumer is much more prevalent than in the late 1900’s. Products have grown in value, but not necessarily in quality.