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3 Ways to Bounce Back from the Recession

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It's been a terrible year for many, but here are three tips to bounce back in 2010:
  1. Don't Start Spending! It's tempting to not want to go on a spending spree just as things are getting better. We know you have tightened your belt for a long time, but don't do it!  Even experts who say the recession is over have also said that it will take some time before the public feels the effect.  So stick to a budget and even trim away some non-necessities to make room for savings.
  2. Find Ways to Increase Savings - You never know what may happen and it is always a good idea to have a savings account in case of an emergency.  While times are getting better, make the effort to put a little bit into savings every week.  If you do this, the next time the economy takes a turn for the worst, you will be properly prepared. Make some investments, start a savings account or speak to a financial planner.
  3. Focus on Marketing Yourself - With unemployment at alarming rates, we've all realized there is no such thing as a secure job anymore.  This year, think of yourself as a business.  Invest in yourself and improve your skills.  By doing this, you are making yourself more marketable to current and future employers.
If you have filed Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy or just if the recent recession caught you off guard, there is no need to let it happen again.  By sticking to these tips while you are bouncing back, you will avoid future problems.

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