It is a well-known aphorism: “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” And certainly, it is foolish to ignore the lessons of the past.
We all have our own unique relationship with money. We certainly have our own unique way of both spending and saving money.
However, if you’re ready to start putting some money aside, or looking for tips on money management, or even the best way to pay your bills, the following tips may provide a little bit of help:
- Keep track of your income and expenses. This means looking at bank and credit card statements, not just assuming they’re accurate.
- Opt out of paper billing and have your statements sent over via email. You’ll reduce clutter, bills will no longer be misplaced or tossed out in error, and you’ll always know where you can find a copy.
A congratulations goes out to Julie Woods, MSc, MD of Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA.
Dr. Woods has recently become one of the few doctors to accomplish creating a Lynch Syndrome clinic, which is 1 of 4 full service multidisciplinary clinics in the country.
Our economy is likely to move along at about the current pace for the next few quarters according to the Conference Board’s Leading Economic Index (LEI). Their December 2018 release edged down 0.1 percent after rising 0.2 percent in November. Versus a year ago, this index is up 2.1 percent.
While it may not seem so, there are a lot of painless ways to save money.