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Simple Rules To Save Money

It is a discouraging thought that your income seems to go away too quickly. You just had your paycheck last week and now, you are down to your last dollar. Situations like this is very common, especially that world economies are slowly going the brink, with foreseen improvements still further into the future.

To save you from finally going bankrupt, here is a simple guide to saving money to help increase your savings every month. For a start, remove unwanted expenses. Carefully read your credit card statements, keeping on the lookout for monthly fees and other hidden fees that you may have already forgotten. Cancel club memberships and magazine subscriptions that no longer benefit you.

Also, it will help if you stop spending money on lottery tickets. Second, resolve to save. Have a short self analysis and honestly evaluate how much you are ready to slash from every paycheck to be added to your savings. Remember how the bills and expenses gobble up your money. Why not add something you could view as another bill.

Another 50 bill or 200 dollar bill that goes right to your savings is not bad. Even just 15 or 20 dollars is better than nothing. Ideally, aim to save at least 5 percent of your total income. A 20 percent savings is outstanding. Third, pay your credit card. The best way to do this is to, of course, avoid creating the debt in the first place.

Use your credit cards sparingly and cautiously and be sure to pay it in full and on time. But if the debt is already there, transfer your balances to a card with a lower interest rate as soon as possible. Then, resolve to use no more credit cards until all these debts are paid.

For the fourth one, be punctual on your payments, that is. Extra finance charges and penalties will most likely hit you if payments are late. If you are having trouble because due dates are always before pay dates, request whatever company you owe to change the due date. This is possible but may take a few months before it becomes effective.

Have some patience, it is worth the wait. Better yet, for the fifth one, pay ahead and pay in extra. When dealing with mortgages, pay an extra of around 100 dollars on top of your monthly bill. By doing so, you can save up to 51,000 on a 150,000 dollar mortgage for 30 years and with an interest rate of 6.5 percent.

Not only can you save money, you will also be able to retire your mortgage seven years early. Sixth, go away from sin taxes. Take your last puff or enroll at an alcoholic rehabilitation program. Not only will you save money, you might as well live up longer. Lastly, the dailies weigh the most.

Analyze your daily expenses and try to reduce it to the lowest possible amount. Bring your lunch to work to avoid spending on eating out. Depending on where you live, patronizing public transportation can also save you up to 2000 dollars in a year. Follow even just one or two of these tips and you will surely have a better financial status in no time.

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