Saving Money

By: Jennifer Burns

Sometimes it gets so hard to control your money expenses, especially if you do not have a well-paid job. Approximately every second person on this planet has to struggle to live on a living wage, unless he/she is a millionaire and does not have to worry about tomorrow. It takes some time to get an experience in planning a budget according to your demands, though there are so many seductions in supermarkets nowadays. An abundance of foodstuffs and luxurious goods make us want a higher salary and a better way of life. But, trust me, if you do not learn how to plan your current budget, you will not be able to do it even having thousands of dollars available.
Until you are single, it is easier.

What you need to do is to provide yourself with everything necessary. You can refuse a lot to yourself or choose buying something cheaper, but when it comes to marriage life, everything turns out to be tougher.
Family is a constant money-problem. Forget about your needs, especially if you have a coming up baby or grown-up kids.
First, define what you are going to spend the earned money on. Whether it is a summer vacation or your children's education, start saving money now. Split your budget in 4 parts: money to be spent on food, money for public utilities, pocket-money (such as gas money or any other immediate spending) and the 4th part is to be saved and not touched at all! My advice is to deposit it at a bank, therefore you will even get some benefit out of it. Keep strictly to the set rules. Credits from the banks a forbidden, unless you have a firm confidence you will pay it back.
Just put yourself into frames and remain positive!

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