Giving To Forward
Make A Commitment
Give To Forward
How To Give
Eating out less often or drinking water instead of soda are small changes that yield big results. A family of four who eats out once a week and determines to drink water instead of ordering drinks, could save about $400 per year.
Postponing a planned expense like a new car, home remodel, or major purchase are ways of sacrifice. Choosing to rearrange current priorities and give up something in your current budget such as cable are also options. Even giving up a weekly trip to Starbucks could save hundreds over the course of a year.
There are some incredible tax advantages to giving appreciated assets, such as stock, bonds, or real estate.
Once a short-term expense has ended, such as a loan or credit card bill, redirect this new cash flow into forward. Redirecting an average car payment upon paying it off would equal around $4800 per year.
Sometimes we know of bonuses, raises, tax returns, or other events in our lives that will increase our cash flow in the next 12 months. Families can decide to delay increasing their lifestyle for a short period in order to give to the project.