Savings

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Asked by: Nora Douglas

How do I budget more efficiently? I love travel but I also want to maintain some type of savings account!

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  • Evan Sachs
1 year ago
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Nora Douglas
Asked by: Julie

I have 3 savings bonds that were issued around 1990. The 'final maturity' is about 2020. Currently they are worth approximately $88 with a 4% interest. But should I 'cash' them in now, since the economy and our political system seems so unpredictable at the moment? Is it possible for the money to disappear somehow? And, if I should cash them now, how do I do that? Simply at my bank like a check?

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2 years ago
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What is the fastest way to rebuild an emergency savings once you have to tap it?

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2 years ago
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Nora Douglas
Asked by: Kentrell Martin

Should you aggressively pay off debt or focus on saving money when you're self-employed with irregular income?

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2 years ago
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Nora Douglas
Asked by: Griffin Jennings

If i have a savings of 20,000 dollars, how much of that would it be wise to invest in a mutual fund and how much should I keep liquid?

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2 years ago
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Nora Douglas
Asked by: Hassan Khaled

How many months of living expenses should I have saved up before moving to a new city? I will have already researched how much i will expect to spend each month.

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2 years ago
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Nora Douglas
Asked by: Olivia Woods

If you are living paycheck to paycheck, how does that affect the hierarchy of savings? Is it possible to accumulate some financial security despite the lack of financial wiggle room?

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2 years ago
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Nora Douglas
Asked by: Ryan Lockman

At what age is it necessary to have an emergency fund?

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2 years ago
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Nora Douglas
Asked by: Derek Martin

At what point do I consider saving for a vacation?

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2 years ago
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Nora Douglas
Asked by: Charles Williams

Is it possible to retrieve funds from an HSA for non-health-related issues if you needed the money?

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  • Hannah Jane Parkins
2 years ago
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Nora Douglas
Asked by: Jack Poyle

For a college student with a small amount of income, is a savings account the best way to save money, or are there other, better options?

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2 years ago
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Asked by: Michael Drougas

Should I always try to save a minimum percentage of my income no matter how much I am making? If so, what is that percentage? Is it OK/expected to initially save less money?

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