15 ways to tell if you've got too much debt
Monday 6 September 2004
Could you survive without your next paycheck? If you're not sure of the answer, you need to assess your budget now.
By The LandlordNot being able to survive a missed paycheck is just one warning sign you may be heading for financial trouble.
Most of us think we're financially stable, or at least able, but last year more than 2000 people were declared bankrupt. Consider the strong economy during this time and the possibility that the economy may stall next year, consumers may need to scrutinise their finances more carefully.
No safety net
Derived from numerous information sources, FundSource would recommend you consider the following practices of people dangerously close to financial instability to make sure you're not heading that way.
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