Tag: budgeting

Where Has the Money Gone?

Where Has the Money Gone?

April 4, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Budgeting can be a very difficult process for some. Check out the following infographic presented by MoneyChoice.org that highlights common money mistakes and how to avoid them.

State Of The Household Budget

State Of The Household Budget

March 19, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Fairgo Finance recently commissioned a report “The State Of The Household Budget” to ascertain how the average Australian managed their money. The results are revealed in the following infographic.

13 Money-Saving Tips for 2013

13 Money-Saving Tips for 2013

February 25, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

How would you like to start out the New Year saving money? This infographic from Quicken Loans will show you 13 different money saving tips that will help you save a combined total of $11,244.00! These tips are simple adjustments to your daily life that will help you take control of your debt and fatten up your bank account. Tips such as bringing your lunch to work, brewing your coffee at home and washing in cold water instead of hot can save you $2,177.00. These 3 tips along with 10 more could change your life when it comes to managing your pocketbook.

Men vs. Women: Battle of Spending Habits

Men vs. Women: Battle of Spending Habits

November 26, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Wonga. Dosh. Cash. Moola… Whatever you choose to call it, money makes the world go round (or so the song says!). Join mooQuid.com as we take a look at the battle of the sexes when it comes to spending your wonga in the UK.

How to Save $5,000 a Year

How to Save $5,000 a Year

February 28, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

With gadgets, apps and programs galore, keeping track of finances has never been easier. Still, CouponCabin finds that most Americans seem to burn through their paycheck without even realizing where their hard-earned dollars went. Experts say that without careful preparation and keeping track of your spending, you’re bound to overspend. This infographic shows you how to recover from careless spending and save nearly $5,000 this year!