New article: Keep track on little purchases to save big
Have you ever tried to save up money, avoiding expensive purchases like designer clothes and costly food but found what came into the pocket, came out? If the answer is “yes”, you should try doing a personal budget. Doing a home budget is not about keeping tabs on the “big”, most expensive purchases, it’s about precisely calculating every cent you spend. It’ll help you to understand that a lot is actually spent in little purchases like a bottle of Coca-Cola, bubble gum, candies, cigarettes and other little pleasures of life that people tend to forget about, thinking they are not serious. However $5 spent daily makes $150 a month and $1825 a year. That’s a pretty good reason to start budgeting.
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