How do you feel working at home?
Do you live off a stable income working at home? How do you manage that?
In the last few months--this is the only time I'm getting the opportunity. I had some money in savings and am working part-time in different areas. I hope this works for me, as I never want to go back to working the 9 to 5 ratrace for someone else....
I absolutely love it! I've been working at home full-time since 2005, and wouldn't change it for the world. At first my income was very unstable and I went through some severe roller-coasters, and at the moment it's a bit unstable again due to some life events draining the savings account, but it comes in steadily now and we've managed to build in stability by keeping that savings account. The goal is to keep enough in the savings account for at least three months' worth of expenses, pay bills off of that and then deposit all of my checks into it as they came in. There are times that I am not paid for a couple of months at a time, or that only small payments trickle in while I'm working on a large project. The reserve is what compensates for the lack of cash flow during these times and allows us to be able to rely on my income, with a family of five in a single-income household.
by Penelope Hart 6 years ago
Do you save money? I mean do you put money into a savings account regularly?Do you make enough money to save money? How do you save it? Do you save even though you can't afford to save? Are you cutting corners to save?Or do you simply not save, because you can't?
by SPomposello 6 years ago
Let's say your employer doesn't match anything with your 401k, and you have no issues with saving money, you don't have a million expenses... is there any point in having a 401k, iRA, or anything of that sort then?I've got two jobs plus I'm married, my wife works, our expenses are low, I have a...
by Bill Manning 7 years ago
When you have a "normal" job, how much you work is easy. Once your day ends you clock out and forget about your job until the next day.But when you work for yourself at home I find I'm always wondering if I put enough time in, or if I don't take enough time off.You know that how much you...
by Edward Zhang 7 years ago
What are things that I should consider when choosing a savings account?It's about time I should make myself a savings account. What are some factors I should think about when choosing the bank to open my account at?
by Kind Regards 7 years ago
What investments are 99.9%* safe, as safe as a savings account?*I put 99.9% because I suppose nothing is 100% safe. Even money under your mattress could be stolen or lost.
by josypoo2826 4 years ago
I need a loan fast im in a bad spot i only have a savings account i work full time 2000 dollars...a month i have been serching online help me find where i need to go with out getting passed around
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