The New "Money Mailbox" at Answers Readers Money Management Questions

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Launched in 2007, provides high quality money management content to its tens of thousands of monthly visitors all without charge. The Money Mailbox covers common financial concerns including tips on dealing with debt, making mortgage payments and building savings.

David Ning, author, trusted advisor and founder of, is excited to announce a new section of his money management website: the Money Mailbox at

Money Mailbox was designed to help readers devise workable strategies for tackling their toughest money challenges. The Money Mailbox covers issues like reducing debt load, paying off student loans and building savings through frugal living.

A report recently released by the American Savings Education Council revealed that when it comes to savings, fewer than 45% of all workers nationwide have less than $25,000 stashed away. In fact, the vast majority of workers are saving so little that by retirement their net worth is just over $260,000 hardly enough to survive on for thirty vibrant years.

It’s statistics like these that encourages to continue providing free, high quality financial content. The author and trusted advisor, David Ning, launched in 2007 as a way of helping people understand the importance of frugal living as a strategy for creating financial security. One of Ning’s priorities is helping people understand how developing solid money management skills and regularly saving money builds wealth over time.

As a college graduate, husband and father, David Ning understands how difficult it can be to survive when resources are limited. Ning’s own financial constraints in his early life forced him to consistently make frugal choices in all areas of living, which enabled him to pay off debt, build savings and secure his family’s financial future.

Ning is excited about helping others build wealth over time and achieve financial freedom by providing high quality, comprehensive content at The regularly updated blog, weekly newsletter and Money Mailbox provide the 120,000 monthly visitors with tips and insights on everything from solid money management skills to investment information.

The Money Mailbox is a new section at and growing in popularity. The Money Mailbox offers practical solutions to common financial concerns including questions about student loans, debt load, strained budgets, mortgages and other familiar money issues.

A recent Money Mailbox post addressed a common concern of which to do first: pay off debt and student loans or build an emergency fund. Ning answers the readers question thoughtfully and with the insight of one who has experienced similar struggles.

Visit to learn more about the Money Mailbox. Or, to read the regularly updated MoneyNing blog go to:


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