Stop Dipping Into Your Savings

It’s an unfortunate truth for many people today – their income level drops and they have to dip into their savings to make ends meet. While there’s nothing wrong with using the money you’ve saved to pay bills and buy groceries (that’s one reason you opened the savings account), it’s not something that you want to do for very long. You were putting that money aside for something special, such as a vacation or a down payment on a new house, but now it’s dwindling and you’re not sure what to do. At rebel Financial in Columbus, we want to help you make sense of your money, and with our investment advice, you can strategically place your money in stocks and funds that will keep you from using your personal savings.

Even with your income level lower than it was in the past, there are ways to save and invest, and still enjoy the same standard of living. If budgeting is a challenge for you, we’ll walk you through helpful steps that will let you see how much you need each month for bills and other expenses, and what will be left over for investments, savings, and other financial options. It may be beneficial to cut out extraneous expenses that are taking a toll on your finances, such as going out to eat or entertainment costs, to bring your budget back to a manageable state.

As your financial advisor, we’ll work with you every step of the way. The last thing we want is for your savings account to be depleted and for you to feel like there’s nowhere else to turn. Contact us in Columbus today for expert investment advice.

This article was written for information purposes only and its content should not be construed by any consumer and/or prospective client as rebel Financial’s solicitation to affect, or attempt to affect transactions in securities, or the rendering of personalized investment advice for compensation. No client or prospective client should assume that any such discussion serves as the receipt of, or a substitute for, personalized advice from rebel Financial, or from any other investment professional. See our disclosures page for more information.


Comments are closed.