Save $1000 a year

There’s a program called Digit that has helped me avoid overdraft fees and automate savings. Digit skims small amounts automatically from your bank account: few dollars here and there. They analyze your spending and pull tiny amounts from your account, so that you save without noticing.Screen Shot 2019-05-26 at 9.26.12 AM

Their algorithm looks at your spending patterns, learns how you spend, and automatically saves tiny amounts. You don’t have to adjust your lifestyle. They’ll learn your habits, and automate the savings for you.

They offer overdraft reimbursement, which means you’re protected from the risk of them saving too much. If you overdraft (which you won’t), they’ll pay the fee.

You spend less than 10 minutes signing up. You could save $1,000 a year. And you won’t even notice.

Make this your quick win for the week.


CFO Compensations

Here is CFO Compensations for 498 S&P 500 Companies, list is pulled up from S&P Survey and is current as of May 2012. Thanks to WSJ.

Click to read full list here.

PMI talks tomorrow

If you are an avid follower of the economy, you might be on edge tomorrow as Purchasing Managers Index(PMI) of various countries including US, UK, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, China, India, Greece etc., in June is going to hit financial headlines tomorrow. Since this data is based on facts rather than opinions, even Central banks of various countries use the data to drive interest rates, which directly or indirectly affects common citizens like us.

You can read more about this PMI data here.

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