Squeeze in Room to Save To Buy a House

You want to save to buy a house. But do you find you’ve got too much month at the end of the money?
Living paycheck to paycheck has become a way of life for 61 percent of all employed people in the U.S. This is up from 50{fae6e0dc5469353c1b6afec575a6cd2b57d3d65f6b4bd339657718f6ab4bef32} last year. And it’s not just lower income families that are having trouble stretching dollars and saving money for future plans such as buying a house. Of families reporting $100,000 or more in yearly income, nearly 21 percent of those say they are barely making it between paydays.
With budgets stretched to the max, how can you save money for your future – to buy your dream house, take vacation, or put away money for retirement? One out of four people say they don’t put anything aside for savings. And 34 percent of those who do are saving less than $100 a …