Sometimes the best thing you can do for your budget is nothing

first_imgIt’s tax season, which means a lot of people are already planning to spend the refund they’re putting off filing. When that check finally comes in, here’s a great idea on what to do with it: nothing.As personal finance site Mortimer’s Money Machines explains, while there are a lot of ways to take action to improve your budget, one of the most tricks is doing nothing at all. Bored of your current car and want something new? Do nothing. See your investments drop for a couple days? Do nothing. Just get a raise (or a tax return) and you’re wondering what the best way to spend it is? Have you tried doing nothing?How many times in your life have you reached a new milestone, earned a pay raise, promotion, or bonus, and heard someone say, “So, what are you going to do to celebrate?” Usually the implication is that now at long last you can buy some great thing you’ve been yearning for all the while you toiled away for your new income… continue reading » 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Wikki Turn Attention to League after FA Cup Exit

first_imgWikki Tourists midfielder, Harrison Madu has said his side have shifted 100 per cent attention on the top-flight after a shocking ouster in the Federation Cup.The Bauchi-based side were stunned 3-4 on penalties by the Nigeria National League (NNL) side, Crown FC after full time score stood goalless in Wednesday’s Federation Cup quarterfinals clash at the Confluence Stadium in Lokoja.Madu said his side were opportune to avoid the penalties but failed to make several chances at goal count positively. “We had several chances at goal to win the clash within regulation time but could not make it count and penalties are anybody game and it proves exactly.“We never bargained to lose the Cup quarterfinals clash against lower division side, Crown FC. Of course, we did not underrate the side but approached the match like any other top-flight match.“We were aware that Crown FC caused Enugu Rangers elimination from the Cup campaign. Well the Cup dream has been dashed we are heading straight from Lokoja to Uyo for the top-flight matchday 29 clash at Akwa United on Sunday.“Our 100 per cent focus has been shifted on the league, we have to concentrate fully on winning the league shield. The Cup ouster could turn out to be a blessing in disguise now that we just have the league to hit the continent,” said the Wikki Tourists playmaker to supersport.com.Wikki Tourists lead the 19-team top-flight on 47 points same as second placed side, Enugu Rangers but on superior goalsShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more