We all seem to do something wrong when it comes to money. Whether your problem is not saving enough, or investing in money-losers, these sites could help you begin to change.
Becoming a saver. There are three basic financial profiles, according to this entry at the personal-finance section on Tipcentral.net. You either spend more than you have, spend what you have, or spend less. Everyone's first long-term goal should be to get into the last category of savers. As creatures of habit, however, it's incredibly hard to do that. Still, over time, it seems, it can be done.
Good habits. Here is a list of money habits to work on acquiring, from a site whose name is a mouthful, Getfinancialfreedomtips.com. Impulse buying, overspending on gifts, and using credit-card convenience checks that come in the mail are among things to stop doing right now. On the to-do side, pay bills promptly, have paycheck money go automatically into a retirement account, and check your credit reports annually for errors and patterns.