With Halloween we usher in the holiday season and with that comes an outpouring of funds. All the presents to buy and parties to host can drain the pocket. Here we share with you an article about what monetary decisions NOT to make make, if you can avoid it.
Not Having an Emergency Fund – Emergencies arise in every life, and not being prepared to cover them can throw you into debt. A rule of thumb is to sock away six months of living expenses.
Not Having a Will – Money Magazine reports 57 percent of Americans don’t have a will, including 69 percent of parents with kids under 18. But without a will, the state decides what happens with your finances. Make a will and update it regularly as your life situation changes.
Not Having Enough…