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By Toni Turner

A necessary advisor to the advanced and infrequently tempermental inventory marketplace, choked with sensible suggestion and tips, makes a speciality of the significance of conserving the correct mind set whereas buying and selling, and covers such themes as industry basics, mental must haves for momentary investors, the advantages o

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First, make a list of your sources of income: Wages from your job(s) Bonuses Child support or alimony Rental income Interest income Dividend income Capital gains income Other income Next, list your expenses. This list may be larger than the income list. Include every possible expense that you can think of in your initial expenses list. You can always pare it down later. Here are some sample expense categories: Savings Mortgage or rent Utilities Car payment Other Public transportation Credit card payments Student loans Any other loan payments Home maintenance Child care Child support or alimony Insurance: car, health, home, other(s) Out-of-pocket medical expenses Health insurance if self-employed Computer expenses Cell phone Entertainment/recreation Food: dining out/groceries Clothing and shoes Gifts and donations Hobbies Interest expense Household/personal care products Federal, state, and local income tax Social security tax Property tax Retirement contributions Investments Pet expenses This is a great exercise as you’ll be surprised at what you spend and where you spend it.

If you pay that credit card off and instead save $3,500, it could grow to nearly $4,500 in five years at 5% compounded interest. Consider switching to a zero interest rate credit card. You will pay a “fee” up front, but you will usually have a year to pay off the card balance at a lower interest rate. This will free up money that can be used to pay other expenses, to put toward savings and investment, or both. In the “small” column is grocery shopping. A larger than expected “surprise” here may be from buying prepared foods, which cost more.

Setting Realistic Goals and Timetables Your timetable starts when you decide to start investing. Your first step is to decide when you will open your account and how much you will put in it. If you have money set aside, you’re ahead of the game. If you have less than $1,000, it makes sense to put that money in the bank or in a money market mutual fund and continue adding to the account until you have enough to start investing. Avoid putting that money in a CD (certificate of deposit) or another type of account that won’t allow you to add to it or that will limit how often you can put money in or take it out.

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