www.websyte.com/subject Web Knowledgebase

Over 46,000 free articles designed to give you useful information on how to save money, make money, improve your health, happiness, and relationships.

How To Save For Retirement - Even When Money Is Tight!

Google
Web www.websyte.com/subject
Select a Topic

Addiction
Adsense
Adwords
Affiliate
Article
Auction
Auto And Trucks
Auto Insurance
Baby
Bankruptcy
Bathroom
Blog
Business
Business And Finance
Children
Computers And Internet
Cooking
Credit
Dating
Decorating
Depression
Diabetes
Diet
Dog
Dog Training
Domain
Dvd Reviews
Ebay
Education
Email Marketing
Family
Fishing
Food And Drink
Foot
Furniture
Gadgets And Gizmos
Garden
Golf
Guitar
Hair
Health
History
Home
Home Business
Home Mortgage
Home Refinance
Home Schooling
How To
Insurance
Internet Marketing
Investing
Ipod
Job
Kids And Teens
Kitchen
Learning
Legal
Make Money
Marketing
Marriage
Massage
Maternity
Menopause
Mortgage
Online Business
Parenting
Party Planning
Pets And Animals
Photography
Real Estate
Refinance
Relationships
Remodeling
Retirement
Rss
Sales
Save
Self Improvement And Motivation
Shopping
Site Promotion
Speaking
Stocks
Success
Sudoku
Tips
Travel
Travel And Leisure
Voip
Wealth
Web Design And Development
Website
Wedding
Women
Work At Home
Writing

By Kris Bickell

So, you want to save for retirement, but you’re having enough trouble paying your bills every month?

Now what?

How can you possibly find enough money to save for the future when the present is difficult enough?

If this sounds familiar, then here are a few suggestions to help making saving money easier. Not necessarily easy – when money is tight, saving is probably not going to be easy. But at least it can be a little bit easier.

For this to work, you first have to be willing to make a few changes. Actually, it all comes down to one big change – and that is making a commitment. Without this commitment, and a plan to go along with it, then most likely nothing will ever change.

So, go ahead and make a commitment to yourself that you’ll do WHATEVER it takes to change your financial situation. And this change won’t come overnight, so give yourself a time frame to make it happen. Write down your commitment. And put it in a safe place.

And get ready to make it happen! Here are some suggestions for saving money – even when money is tight:

First, take a few minutes to read your commitment each day. The more you believe in what you are doing, the more you will be willing to take action, and achieve what you want!

Second, think of ways to make some extra money:

- get a part-time job - start your own business - sell items around the house that you don’t need any more

Third, take out your checkbook and write down a list of all your expenses for the last month or two. Write down everything. Then decide which expenses you can eliminate (and remember, you make a commitment to change your financial situation, and won’t necessarily be easy). And decide which ones can be reduced:

- cable TV - cell phone - internet service - newspapers - magazines - entertainment - luxuries - anything else you can live without!

Be creative. Be honest. And be committed!

Because when money is tight, and you still want to save for your future, you either need to find a way to make some more money. Or find a way to lower your monthly expenses.

About The Author: Kris Bickell is the owner of www.Debt-Tips.com, a helpful site for consumers needing financial help. To learn how you can “bank on yourself”, save for retirement, and get ahead in life, sign up for the free “Bank On Yourself” report at: www.Debt-Tips.com/build-wealth-ct.html