Tip #5: What Now?
Your debts are getting paid down; you’re ready for the next step towards taking charge of your finances. You can set up an emergency fund or save for retirement.
1. Vow to never be in debt again
It’s been a hard journey. You’ve cut back on your expenses; you’re bringing in more money. It’s taken a lot of determination and discipline, but you’ve made it. Don’t forfeit that feeling by going back into debt.
2. Save up for what you want
It can be easy to put yourself back into debt after you’ve gotten yourself out. Plan out those bigger purchases and make a plan to save for them.
3. Save up for your emergency fund
It’s a good rule of thumb to have at least 6 months of expenses saved – you never know what can happen.
4. Stay on top of your finances
Use an app to track your spending. Use credit score monitoring services to stay on top of your credit. Carefully review your bank statements. Protect your money.
We understand life can happen and you might not be prepared. Things always happen when you least expect it. That’s why we’re here. We have more than just payday loans, depending on the state you live in. We have flexible financial options to help you achieve the financial stability you need. Check In and speak with one of our customer service representatives today.
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