Control Your Personal Economy

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If you’ve watched much TV lately or listened to the radio, you’ve probably heard some of Fidelity’s new ads that say, “Let us help you take control over your personal economy.” Their website explains, “Your Personal Economy includes the things you care about — your kids, your family, your retirement, your career. We can help you take control of your personal economy and the things that are important to you.” I have to admit that while I hate most personal finance advertising, I actually like this one. Not because I love Fidelity, or because I think that they can somehow save people from financial problems, or because it’s a particularly

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3 Responses to Control Your Personal Economy

  1. Nikita says:

    I love the idea of Personal economy! It’s like good old “My house is my fortress”.. We are responsible for keeping it in a good shape. And half the battle is save, save, save money!
    Big expenditures come up throughout life and in order for them to be smooth, it is important to have money saved up.

  2. Tony says:

    I think the best thing people can do is limit the sizes of their homes and cars. Those two things take up the biggest part of most people’s budgets, excluding perhaps health care.

  3. Minny says:

    I do so agree. We in the UK have lost some of our sense of personal responsibility and we should be working to get it back. The State will oprovide – but what when the State runs out of money – then we have a problem.

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