Get a better handle on your money with these five tips on spending, managing fixed costs, budgeting, investing, and saving.
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- We'd like to share with you five items of counsel relating to personal finances which, if adopted, will help you get on the path to financial flexibility. - These items are not new and improved, they are not being beta-tested. To paraphrase a quote, "Old values are upheld, "not because they're old, but rather because, "through the ages, they have proved right." Such is the case with these five personal finance tips. They have stood the test of time, and they still work. I'm Kay Stice, professor of accounting at Brigham Young University. - And I'm Jim Stice, also a professor of accounting at BYU.
It turns out that the keys to financial security are not a secret, but are they too simple and straightforward for our sophisticated age? We leave that to you to judge, but remember, these tips have stood the test of time. Let's get started.