If you’re not saving, you should be.

Having a fallback plan is important, in every realm. Whether it’s tech, your health, your car, your life. You should always have some form of contingency. If you don’t you’re going to wish you did when SHTF.

I don’t care if you make minimum wage or 10 million. You need to be saving a little bit at a time. Even a few cents here and there will add up.

If you can’t afford to save. You should be living more within your means. See here if you’re in debt.

If you want to live outside your current means, you need to be doing everything you can to bring in more.

There are plenty of apps out there to freelance, and we’re always offering finders fees for referrals!

Tough love aside. What are some ways you can save?

These days there are a ton of apps that can help you save! Take a look at some options below that I’ve tested out.

Digit – Digit is an app that automatically watches spending and moves cents to dollars into an account for you on its own so you save automatically, little by little.

Qapital – Qapital is a banking app that performs banking actions based on actions you set. For example, you can set it so every time you do xyz, it will move $ into a savings account.

Acorns – Acorns saves rounds up your purchases to the nearest dollar and invests the spare change.

There’s a plethora of other apps as seen here.

If you want ways to save that may require a little more effort but yield a bit more. Take a look here.

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