Many of us have the intention to save money. But how to put this intention into action is a challenge we have to win.
Most times we think we are not of age to have saving, which is self deception and procrastination. Moreover, when we develop a saving habit, our insatiable wants and desires will be controlled.
Below are tips on how to save money save your money without stress:
1. Keep a good record of your expenses:
This helps you to keep a trace of all your expenses such as your groceries, wardrobe expenses etc. This will help you to know if you are spending way too much. Use a journal to keep record so as to avoid inaccuracy, use your credit card and bank statement.
2. Have a plan for your savings:
Know your monthly expenses so you can formulate a budget. your budget, should have a detailed sketch of your income in relation to your expenses so you can budget your spending and avoid extravagant spending.
3. Have a saving aim:
Your savings should be purposeful. If your savings are aimless, try to think of something like saving for retirement, a holiday or for your children. It all depends on your priorities and circumstances. When your savings have a goal it will give you the urge to continue to save. Calculate how much and how long it should take.
4.Cut unnecessary spending:
Avoiding unnecessary spending can help save a lot of money. Reducing your expenditures on trivial/unnecessary things that cost money such as eating out frequently, buying things you don’t really need will go a long way in saving your money for rainy days or for important things.
5. Save money automatically:
You don’t need to worry about getting tempted to spend your savings because you can set up your bank account in a way a certain percentage of your income goes automatically into a savings account. Also make sure access to the savings account is not readily available so as to minimize the propensity of getting tempted to withdraw.
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Originally posted on 15/10/2020 @ 2:39 PM