Wednesday, 1 July 2015

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Thursday, 18 June 2015

It's not easy keeping track of where your money goes each month. How do you do it? www.mcxoperator.com

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It's not easy to keep track of where your money is going each month (though a budget is a great place to start). Still, if you want to regain any sort of financial freedom and start saving for future goals -- remember retirement? -- you'll need to stop blowing through your paycheck.

We've rounded up 10 sneaky ways your money is leaving you before you even have a chance to use it. Read on to see how you can keep more of your paycheck for yourself next month.

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1. Bank Fees. Many banks charge a monthly or yearly "maintenance fee" that can cost you upwards of $25 a month, or $300 a year. Read the fine print associated with your bank account and find out if there are ways you can avoid a maintenance fee. If you can't, switch to an account without one.

Other bank fees can also add up fast. The average overdraft fee will run you about $30, according to a Moebs Services report -- if you overdraw at least once a month, you're paying $360 a year just in penalty charges. Other sneaky bank feesto watch out for include ATM fees, withdrawal penalties and minimum balance fees.

2. Recurring Payments for Services You're Not Using. Netflix ($7.99 a month), Hulu Plus ($7.99 a month), Spotify ($9.99 a month) and other recurring monthly services allow you to watch movies and shows, listen to music, and indulge in other media for a lower rate than cable (which can run you over $100 a month) -- even combined. Still, if you aren't taking advantage of these services, you aren't getting your money's worth.


Services like Pandora, YouTube and the basic version of Hulu allow you to watch and listen for free. Cut these monthly recurring payments in favor of cheap or free alternatives and reroute the money to your savings account.

3. Outstanding Credit Card Balances. If you maintain a balance on your credit card, you're signing away a portion of your paycheck before you even get paid. The average interest for credit cards is hovering around a whopping 15 percent, which means you're paying $15 for every $100 that isn't paid off at the end of each billing cycle. These fees can drain your paycheck extremely fast, especially if you're maintaining a high balance.

You'll owe a mandatory minimum payment every month your credit card has a balance. The minimum allows you to pay interest and a portion of the principal so you can eventually get out of debt -- but the fastest way to stop paying any interest each month is to pay off your balance in full.

4. Car Payments. Last year, new cars averaged a price of $31,831, according to TrueCar. That means, depending on your interest rate and loan term, you could end up shelling out $500 or more a month in car payments -- a huge chunk of your paycheck.

Used cars, on the other hand, only averaged $16,335, cutting your monthly payment almost in half. If you have a high-interest rate auto loan, you can also try to refinance for a lower interest rate or trade your car in for a cheaper model.

5. Student Loans. Student loans can vary widely depending on where you went to school, how many loans you took out and what kind of interest rates you got -- but they can easily be a huge drain on your income. The average student graduates college today with more than $30,000 in student loans, according to a report by Edvisors.

One way to reduce the amount of interest you pay is to consolidate your loans into one single payment with a lower interest rate. You can also negotiate a payment plan with your lender if you're unable to meet the minimum monthly payments -- but be careful that you don't harm your credit score in the process.

6. Gym Memberships. Gyms, spas, shopping clubs and other monthly memberships are great for health, socializing and buying in bulk -- but they can be awful for your budget, adding up to hundreds a month. If you aren't using your memberships as often as you'd like, it might be time to cancel that monthly payment and find a cheaper (or free) alternative.

Gyms and spas are highly competitive, which means you can almost always find something cheaper. Certain gyms, community centers and nonprofits (like the YMCA) offer low-cost options ranging from $10-$50. Additionally, newly opened gyms and spas will often run promotions to encourage new business.

Otherwise, skip the group workout altogether and do it from home: Try one of these 10 cheap fitness apps.

7. Unused Coupons. Coupon sites like Groupon and LivingSocial are great resources for finding deals and discounts on products, services and experiences. But these deals are only worth it if you would have bought the service anyway. A 2013 North American Technographics survey found that the average Groupon user spends about $675 online within three months -- compared to just $467 spent by the average consumer.

Since you pay for the coupon upfront, it's up to you to follow through and use it. Unused coupons eventually expire and become difficult to redeem, which means you forked over a big portion of your earnings and didn't actually save any money.

8. Phone Payments. That fancy new iPhone 6 you just bought set you back by hundreds of dollars -- and upfront costs aside, you'll also be making monthly payments that could range anywhere between $40 or $50 and hundreds of dollars. Unless you realistically and regularly use 128 GB of space and 10 GB of data, you're overpaying for your phone and phone plan.

Alternative carriers like Republic Wireless will sell you phones and service plans for a lot less. And if you're willing to part from the latest Apple product, you'll save even more by choosing a cheaper (if slightly less flashy) phone.

9. Taxes. Unfortunately, taxes are a paycheck deduction that you can't avoid. Still, by adjusting your W-4 form, you could maximize the amount of cash you get to keep each month. If you tend to get a large refund each year, you're a prime candidate for keeping more of your money each paycheck (and forgoing the big payout April 15).

Additionally, when you do your taxes, make sure you're taking advantage of the full range of deductions and credits available; don't leave money on the table that should be going straight to your savings account.

10. 401(k) Contributions. It's incredibly important to start saving for retirement now -- and you should try to set aside as much savings as possible. Still, it doesn't make sense to put aside so much that you're going into debt or overdrawing your checking account in order to make ends meet at the end of the month.

Sit down, write out your budget and find the perfect number to contribute to your retirement accounts each month. If your employer matches a certain amount (say 3 or 4 percent), you should aim to contribute at least that much -- you don't want to be leaving money on the table. Keep in mind that your retirement savings should always be a priority; if you're having trouble padding your 401(k) while still buying groceries, it might be a sign you need to cut down in other areas of your budget -- specifically, "wants," like dining out or going shopping.

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

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Wednesday, 29 October 2014

The Education of Warren Buffett and Buffett's Entrepreneurial Spirit

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When most people think "Warren Buffett," they think of money. Though Buffett's father was a congressman and a stock broker, young Warren became a billionaire all on his own. Those who wish to emulate his success should focus on Buffett's process, not the final product who lives in Omaha.
The Education of Warren Buffett and Buffett's Entrepreneurial Spirit


Education was a major part of Warren Buffett’s process, but that education was not confined to the four walls of a school classroom (even if he did attend University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, the first and perhaps the most prestigious business school in America). His most important lessons came from first-hand experience.


Childhood Motivation

According to the classic Warren Buffett biography The Making of an American Capitalist by Roger Lowenstein, Buffett was born on the 30th of August, 1930 at the beginning of the Great Depression. Just before Buffett’s first birthday, the bank where his father worked and that held their family savings closed. Buffett was witness to the hardship that his family underwent in the Depression: his mother, Leila, would sometimes skip dinner to give his father a full portion, and she occasionally skipped church and tithing to afford a pound of coffee.

The eight block walk to school in Omaha's bitter winters made the little Warren toughen up in the face of adversity. It seems that challenges are what interested Buffett from a young age. Many of his early business ventures had a higher purpose than merely providing pocket money. Once, while having lunch with Carl Falk, his father’s business partner, and his family Warren declared he would be a millionaire by age of thirty and enigmatically added, “and if not, I am going to jump off the tallest building in Omaha.” When Mary Falk, Carl's wife, asked, “Why this drive to make so much money?” Buffett replied, “It is not that I want money, it is the fun of making money and watching it grow.”

Investing in the Blood

Buffett seems to have inherited his mathematical genius from his mother who had a head for numbers. Buffett is famous for being able perform lengthy calculations correctly in his head.

It is often said that you judge a person by his spending habits, and frugality is a trait that runs in the Buffett family. Warren’s father, Howard Buffett, was an idealistic and religious man. It is said the young Warren’s life revolved around his father who would recite to him a favorite maxim from Emerson: “the great man is he who in the midst of the crowd keeps with perfect sweetness the independence of solitude.” 

When inflation started to accelerate after World War II, Warren’s father bought tangible assets like gold coins, a crystal chandelier, and sterling silver flatware. He stocked up on canned food and purchased a farm. His paternal influence may be the foundation of Warren Buffett's preference of tangible over intangible assets. Like his father, Warren Buffett understands the perils of inflation and opportunistic buying. Perhaps this is why Warren Buffett's investment philosophy prefers businesses that have tangible assets and proven earning power.

Buffett worked at his grandfather’s grocery store and said that he learned the values of honesty, punctuality, discipline, hard work and good behavior, as well as the tricks of retail business at his grandfather's feet.

Both Leila and Howard Buffett were involved in newspaper businesses at various times in their careers, which may be a clue to Buffett's engaging epistolary style and his knowledge of the nuances of the newspaper industry.

Beyond Numbers, a Search for Patterns

When Buffett was small, he and his friend Russell would record the license numbers of passing cars. In the evening, they would sit counting how often each letter appeared and filling entire scrapbooks with numbers. At nine years-old they would count discarded bottle caps from soda machines to get an idea of which brand had the highest sales. These games honed his analytical skills and shaped his brain into an ersatz business database.

Creating Something out of Nothing
When Warren was young he collected friends and recruited pals to join him in his money-making schemes. He and his crew scavenged for erroneously discarded winning tickets at the race track. He enlisted half the neighborhood to gather used golf balls that he organized by brand and price, which he then sold for a profit.

Buffett's Entrepreneurial Spirit

When he was six-years-old, Buffett bought a six-pack of Coca-cola bottles and sold them individually at a picnic for a nickel profit. He would later buy packs of Coke from his grandfather’s grocery and sell the individual bottles in the neighborhood door to door during the summer. He set up a lemonade stand in front of his friend Russell’s house. He ran a horse handicapping sheet called “stable boy selection” and sold them for 25 cents each. 

When he was delivering newspapers in Washington, 500 each day, he developed an efficient route that took only a little over an hour to complete. In a complex called Westchester Apartments, he would throw half of the papers on fourth floor and rest on the top and then go floor by floor on foot sliding the papers in front of each apartment. He figured that he could increase his profit by adding to his product line, so Buffett found a way to sell magazines to his newspaper subscribers: the trick was to sell subscriptions as they were about to expire, and it was easy to find the date of the subscription expiry by tearing off the address label. He turned his paper route into a thriving business that earned $175 a month ($2,600 in today's dollars!).

He setup a pinball game business by buying second-hand pinball machines between $25-$75 and placing them in barber shops. Fearing that the pinball operation was controlled by the mob, he kept his operation small. These business ventures taught him practical business lessons, like convenience and service can fetch higher prices, location is everything, efficiency determines profit margins and the practical limitations of scalability for a business.  

The Bottom Line
Buffett's success wasn't magical; it was the product of a lifetime of careful observation and shrewd analysis. With the help of his parents and his community, Buffett's natural talents evolved through trial, error and success to create the most successful businessman of all time.

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