You contribute to a 401(k), signed on for all the right insurance coverage and built an enviable credit score. Guess what? You are probably still making money mistakes.
A 2010 report from the National Foundation for Credit Counseling found that more than 11 million Americans don’t track their spending and have no idea how much of their budget goes toward housing, food and entertainment — 56% of respondents didn’t even have a budget — and more than 68 million Americans have no savings at all.
If you budget and save, give yourself a pat on the back. But these prudent actions aren’t the only things you should do to help keep your cash where it belongs.
Our 9 smart moves will show you how to keep money mistakes from ruining your finances.