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Whaddya be living Paycheck to paycheck?

I wake up today and read the CNN news, as I normally do every morning. I would like to share this article today "Living Paycheck to Paycheck". If you're not in this situation then good for you and your family, you should share your blessing. But majority of families today are struggling and posting this article here will provide them guidance. 

"If you find yourself counting the hours until your next paycheck is deposited in your bank, you're not alone.

Almost half of workers live paycheck to paycheck just to make ends meet, a new survey finds.

While we are all advised to earmark some of each paycheck for savings, a quarter of workers say they don't put any money into savings and, of the ones who do, 34 percent set aside less than $100 per month." (, 2008)

Please share this to your family and friends. I wish I know enough to share financial information so I can provide details related to this article, but as I always recommend seek a professional help to get the right information and which direction to take. 

Reference: 2008


  1. Basically all this article said was to cut out a couple of fast food meals and telecommute. If that doesn't work, the article says to make more money. I didn't find it helpful at all.

  2. Basically saying not to spend or you find your second job.


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