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How You Can Become Financially Stable - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

How You Can Become Financially Stable

Are you looking for ways that you can become financially stable? It might seem daunting since the economy is ever-changing, and it might be difficult to figure out the best tactics to help yourself become financially sound if you didn't grow up with those types of values. It's always possible to better your future no matter where you are in life. Check out these suggestions that can help you move toward stability money-wise for you and your family. 

Start Emergency Funds

Having emergency funding set up can save you from dipping into your regular savings account when disaster strikes. Let's say you run into problems with your car or your beloved pet needs to visit the veterinarian after eating something they shouldn't have. Your problem needs to be fixed, and quickly. It's likely it won't be a cheap solution, either. When you have an emergency funding account set up, you can use that money without guilt or worry, knowing that you have budgeted for these types of situations. Most experts suggest having emergency funding of at least $1,000, but that can vary depending on where you live or the size of your family. 

Have a Savings Account Set Up

A savings account is a little different from your emergency funds in that it is meant for more long-term actions. Your savings account can help you purchase a home, a new car, or any other big goals you have in store for your life. Even if you aren't sure what exactly you want to save up for, putting aside money from your paycheck every time you get paid and having it sit in a savings account is something you should do, no matter what situation you find yourself in. 

Create a Diverse Portfolio

After you establish your savings account, it's important to think about how you want to spread out some of the money you save. Many people invest in stocks, bonds, or other forms that allow them to store and save money. When using funds to create and build wealth, don't forget about using participating whole life insurance. This can help sustain your family upon your death, giving everyone peace of mind and ensuring that even if a disaster occurs, your family will be able to manage. 

Find Ways to Cut Back

Cutting back might sound boring, but it can help ensure that you have enough money to go into savings or paying down debts when necessary. Start by making a budget and account for everything you buy or otherwise spend money on. Once you've done that, step back and look at areas you could cut back on. Do you spend too much on clothing? Meals out? Travel and entertainment? You don't have to eliminate these areas completely, you just need to find ways to reduce spending and ensure that you are making the most of the money you have while cutting back spending in areas that you truly don't need to. 

Consider No-Spend Months

Just as the name implies, no-spend months are months where you do not spend money on unnecessary purchases. Obviously, you cannot stop spending any money whatsoever. You still need to buy groceries, pay your rent or mortgage, and take care of your utility bills. But no-spend can help you eliminate purchases such as online shopping or eating out altogether. Think of it as a stricter version of cutting back. Don't try to attempt this around the holidays or other times when you might need to spend money. Try cutting back first, and then challenge yourself to do a no-spend month. 

Becoming financially sound might be a challenge at first, but it is worth it. You can find ways to cut back and have no-spend months. Make sure to save for an emergency fund and then build upon a savings account. You can even stretch out and include a diverse portfolio that allows you to have plenty of savings for the future. 



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