Winthrop Financial Provides Three Key Money Saving Tips For 2013

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Winthrop Financial in Buffalo, New York, recommends three simple things ordinary people can do to help plan for a better future, reduce debt and save on taxes. Winthrop Financial provides full-service financial planning and investment services, including retirement planning, portfolio investment, trust management and other financial services.

Winthrop Financial, a leading investment and financial planning firm, is pleased to start the new year by offering three key tips to individuals and families who are interested in saving money and planning for their financial future. The company's recommendations are designed to help consumers save money, pay off debt and take key steps that will ensure that their resources are optimally allocated.

As 2013 begins, Winthrop Financial recommends that consumers implement the "pay yourself first strategy." This strategy involves putting 10% of your income in savings before paying bills or paying down debt. In addition, the professional financial advisors at Winthrop Financial suggest that individuals pay off high interest debt by paying off debt with the lowest balances first to eliminate those bills completely before tackling debt with larger balances.

"It is also a great idea to speak to a tax adviser to be sure you're not having too much money withheld from your paychecks," said Deborah Stauring of Winthrop Financial. "Reducing your withholdings can help free up more money to save and use to pay down debt."

Winthrop Financial specializes in providing prudent investment advice and practical financial planning. The company offers a comprehensive array of financial planning and investment services, including financial planning, portfolio investment, trust management, retirement planning, wealth building and much more. For complete information about all Winthrop Financial services, visit their website at or call (855) 333-9369 to speak with a professional financial advisor.

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Winthrop Financials combines 93 years of experience as financial guides to bring the knowledge and proven service to help people feel comfortable with not only where they are, and where personal financial guidance can lead them. They focus on helping individuals with their life transitions, from young professionals accumulating assets, to affluent individuals and families, to those close to or in their retirement years. For more information, please visit their website at

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