It's time to stop the raid on the Social Security trust fund and start allowing Americans to invest their Social Security taxes in personal savings accounts.
Don't forget it's daylight savings time. You spring forward then you fall back. It's like Robert Downey Jr. getting out of bed.
It's disrespectful to tell the French in the morning that you're going to reduce the debt in the evening that you're not going to make any savings and the next morning after thinking about it that you're going to spend more.
Those carrying a credit card balance should scale back to making the minimum payment each month so they have more money to put into savings.
Your goal should be to pay off your credit card bills in full at the end of each month and set aside money toward your emergency savings.
A system of capitalism presumes sound money not fiat money manipulated by a central bank. Capitalism cherishes voluntary contracts and interest rates that are determined by savings not credit creation by a central bank.
Spending only what the country can afford rewarding savings encouraging independence supporting marriage: people know that these things are common sense.
I get so frustrated when people tell me it's unrealistic to create an eight-month emergency savings fund or have money saved for a home down payment or pay off their $5 000 credit card balance.
We can all agree that no American should lose their life savings or their home because of illness or injury and that the rising cost of health care severely burdens individuals families and businesses.
We designed both our state employee health plans and the one we created for low-income Hoosiers as Health Savings Accounts and now in the tens of thousands these citizens are proving that they are fully capable of making smart consumerist choices about their own health care.
Good health is not something we can buy. However it can be an extremely valuable savings account.
I've been to enough other countries in the world to know what happens when you have socialized single-payer health care. It works. People don't get sick as much. They don't lose their life savings with a catastrophic illness like cancer or AIDS.
We tried to have diplomas without learning we tried to have jobs without work we tried to have houses without savings we tried to have government without responsibility.
I'm thankful for the three ounce Ziploc bag so that I have somewhere to put my savings.
If we as a society are willing to have a preference for organic food the farmer can pass on the savings.
It is incumbent upon each of us to improve spending and savings practices to ensure our own individual financial security and preserve the collective economic well-being of our great society.
In the absence of the gold standard there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. There is no safe store of value.
Don't gamble take all your savings and buy some good stock and hold it till it goes up then sell it. If it don't go up don't buy it.
I have a fear of poverty in old age. I have this vision of myself living in a skip and eating cat food. It's because I'm freelance and I've never had a proper job. I don't have a pension and my savings are dwindling. I always thought someone would just come along and look after me.
What the F.D.I.C. does is to put the full faith and credit of the United States government behind every savings account in the nation up to a limit that has changed over the years and stands now at $100 000.
Experiences are savings which a miser puts aside. Wisdom is an inheritance which a wastrel cannot exhaust.
We can't get to the $4 trillion in savings that we need by just cutting the 12 percent of the budget that pays for things like medical research and education funding and food inspectors and the weather service. And we can't just do it by making seniors pay more for Medicare.