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We all hear the clichés about how to spend and not spend our money. However, how do we know that the financial tips that have been ingrained in us from the get-go are actually valid claims? In this post, we will discuss whether or not it is time to leave these myths behind.
If saving more money in the New Year is on your resolutions list, you are not alone. Truth be told, even if savings hasn’t always been your thing or is something you find you struggle with, the New Year is an opportunity to adopt new financial health habits. Here are some effective ways to get started!
We have all heard it many times - to make money, you need to spend money. Like many small businesses, you might be finding yourself at the point where you find it necessary to borrow to continue to grow. Are you looking to purchase new equipment to increase inventory? Are you in need of a new or bigger commercial vehicle? When it comes to growth or borrowing funds, one of they key components to making it a beneficial business decision is timing.
Cooler weather, beautiful changing leaves, and hiking season at its peak makes fall a perfect time to be in the Hudson Valley. This is also one of the best times to purchase a new home! Rhinebeck Bank has the Best Reasons to buy your home this season.
My husband and I recently started looking for a home. It’s a great learning experience whether you’re buying a first home or a new home!
In our very own back yard, the Hudson Valley is a melting pot of different universities and colleges with students from near and far who will beginning classes in just a few short weeks! Learn how to build your bank account this semester with a few simple, yet effective tips, courtesy of Rhinebeck Bank! We can show you how to make the most of campus activities, supplies, and food spending!
It’s hard to believe another school year is at an end; summer has finally arrived! Who wants to worry about finances and banking when you can be lying on the beach or hanging out at the lake house? We’ve got some great tips to help make your summer vacation a breeze:
Teaching our children how to budget money today is very different than it was 30 years ago. When I was little, my mom put cash on the kitchen table and separated it into simplified piles: one pile for the house payment, one for the electric and cable bills, one for food, one to save, and then one final pile for what was leftover. This would be the pile we could use for a special activity like going to the movies or maybe a new pair of sneakers we wanted. It was easy to see and understand. We were always told cash was king!
Everyone struggles with saving money and budgeting to their lifestyles. It is important to know that anyone can successfully get back on track and become financially stable. This may not come easy to some, but there are several tips and tricks you can utilize that will help you start saving money today!
First I would like to start by discussing some of the basics that some of us are already aware of, or have heard before. These are essential to understanding your personal finances.
When January 1st comes around each year, most people try to think of at least one thing they want to improve in the coming year. For many, the resolution is about their health, whether it’s to lose weight, eat healthier, exercise more, or maybe even quit smoking. Experts say that one of the best ways to achieve your New Year’s goals is to start small. Breaking your goals into manageable milestones helps to build the desired habit and eventually that habit becomes a way of life. These milestones also act as small achievements, helping you stay motivated.