What exactly do you think is the best way to solve your finaicial problem withou

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  1. sir_tallest profile image62
    sir_tallestposted 6 years ago

    What exactly do you think is the best way to solve your finaicial problem without money

    i read an article that talked about how to handle a financial problems without money and I have been thinking how that is possible....please share your ideas here

  2. MrMaranatha profile image79
    MrMaranathaposted 6 years ago

    Prayer Changes things... While I am not a Prosperity Gospel person.. I will be the first to show people that often times there is a correlation between sin and rejection of God and His plans for a persons life... and their lives being in financial ruin.  If a person wants wealth for personal uses... with no higher interest... then the Verse comes to mind...
    "Ye have not because you ask not.. and when you ask.. you ask so that you may consume it upon your own lusts."

    People ask God for financial Blessings.. but they do not seek to glorify him or use it for his purposes... but instead use it for their own personal wants... and the result is the Removal of His Blessings.

    After getting the Vertical lines of Blessing Straightened out... the next thing is to pray about how to solve the next part of the problem... and be patient until the Lord shows you the way... in His time.

    1. Efficient Admin profile image92
      Efficient Adminposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I think I'm in trouble then because I've been praying earnestly to God to let me win the jackpot lottery, and I've been buying tickets. I'm serious. If I win I prayed to God I would donate a lot to charities but it would also make things better.

  3. Caries Mission profile image59
    Caries Missionposted 6 years ago

    To solve a financial problem without obtaining more money coming in is difficult. My husband and I had this struggle. We thought more about how to bring in more money than to figure out how to work with what money we have. So we sat down with all of our bills and figured out which bills were an absolute necessity. In doing that, we eliminated a few hundred dollars a month off of our bills by getting rid of the wants and keeping the needs. We got rid of cable, which we hardly ever used anyway. We got rid of extra services on our cell phones that we didn't need. By doing this, you are lowering your monthly bills, and it will create more money in your pocket. And in doing this, you lower the stress of trying to come up with a way to earn more money.

  4. coolhubs profile image61
    coolhubsposted 6 years ago

    If possible avoid trap of taking loan offers as they maybe very appealing.
    Try for alternative ways to  survive- consider your talents eg can one of your hobies,interests or experiences be cashed in? so long as they are legal, moral and ethical, go for them, and good luck

  5. factsknowing profile image70
    factsknowingposted 6 years ago

    I think one will always have to spend some money to make more money.

  6. edhan profile image60
    edhanposted 6 years ago

    Giving a helping hand. You will never know when others will come to your aid in the future.

    You help people and others will return the favors later part of your life.

  7. cat on a soapbox profile image96
    cat on a soapboxposted 6 years ago

    First, stop spending, especially on credit cards.! Purchase only the things you need to get by ie. grocery staples, and general bills.
    Second, See what marketable assets you have that you can part with. Sell off those items that you don't need. Drive less and make necessary purchases from discount retailers. House sit, pet sit, or babysit for extra cash if possible.
    Third, if you are having trouble with creditors, call them and arrange for a reasonable payment plan. They'll appreciate the fact that you are making an effort.
    As a last resort, file for bankruptcy.

    Take advantage of free community entertainment. Learn how to stretch your food dollars. Reduce your heating /cooling bills by shutting off parts of the house you don't use. Rent out a spare room if kids are grown. Offer your skills and services within your own neighborhood w/ an inexpensive flyer.

  8. Efficient Admin profile image92
    Efficient Adminposted 6 years ago

    Well, if you don't have any money that means you don't spend it.  If you don't spend money i.e. like a credit card, then you get to keep more of it.  Does that make sense?  In other words, don't spend what you don't have and that means living below your means and not accumulating credit card debt.  If you pay off your credit card debt then your financial situation will improve.

  9. Sparkle Chi profile image73
    Sparkle Chiposted 6 years ago

    Knowing how to handle your personal finances is one of the most important skills in life.

    It is never too late, or to early, to start learning more about your personal finances.

    If you are currently struggling with making your current income work for you, keep reading for some basic tips for solving financial difficulties. read more


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