4 Things To Consider To Help Get Yourself Out of Debt With Truman Advisors
Your financial situation could be a real hot topic of conversation right now. Fresh into a new year where people make goals and resolutions and often these can be financially linked in some way. You may be worried about the credit card bills, wondering how you can make ends meet, or simply wanting more out of the daily grind. While money doesn’t make you happy, it can make things a little easier. So I thought I would share with you some of the actionable steps we can all take to get on the road to financial freedom. I hope it inspires you to make some financially savvy changes in your life today.
Is debt bringing you down?
Debt can be a big problem for some people, and it can be eating away at a big chunk of your income each month. Especially if you have different credit cards, overdrafts or loans not contented with. While your situation may not be bad, you may be wondering if you can improve it in some way? Consider reaching out to Truman Advisors for ways to help. Simple changes like consolidating debts to one payment per month or even focusing on paying off the debt that costs you the most could help you get on the right track to becoming debt free, which is one step towards financial freedom.
Can you reduce the biggest spend of the week?
Did you know that your food spend is one of the biggest bills you have? Of course, you did, because most likely you are the one doing it. But while it can be hard to reduce this, as we all have to eat. You can make some positive changes to your habits which could help to bring the overall spend down. Meal planning and having a list can be a great way to reduce this as you only tend to buy what you need.
Are you too relaxed with your direct debits?
When was the last time you checked your direct debits? You may find that you have money leaving your account for policies and subscriptions you thought you had canceled. Small amounts can soon mount up. However, another thing we can be too relaxed about is being loyal to providers for things like energy or insurance policies. Often switching these around every now and again can help to give you some great monthly spending as you can take advantage of deals saved for new customers.
Could you boost your income without a change of career or job?
Finally, could you boost your income in other ways? A big declutter of your home could highlight things you could sell online which could bring in some money you weren’t expecting. You could also take advantage of online side hustles that can easily be done in your spare time like filling out online surveys or even performing mystery shops.
I hope this has given you some inspiration to make some changes to your financial situation today.