I know you're probably wondering where my post are, but I am very busy at the moment with work. For those who don't know, I am a personal assistant for a financial adviser who works for NYLIC. He is teaching me things about how to become an agent but pushing me to become a broker. Although I love working with money and how to better peoples lives, this is just one of the many trades I will pick up along the path in my life. And learning about your future finances is VERY important if you are like me, a 25 year old college student. I have been doing some research on a few topics that intrigue me that I want to write about, which I will post this week. But just for today try this money saving tip for the next week:
You know that change that you find at the bottom of your purse or that ends up in your middle console in the car? Maybe its the change you find while doing laundry? Where ever you find it, at the end of each day put that change in a jar and see how full it gets by the end of next week. You will be amazed by how much you have accumulated just from your nickles and dimes. (Another trick is, I like to put my $1 bills in there to reap a sweeter reward. Have fun!!!
~Aubrei R. Albin