Money comes, and money goes, but you don’t have to always spend every cent that comes into you. Even if you’re one of the unlucky that is living a paycheck-to-paycheck style of life, there are still some things that you can do to start saving up some money. The real key to saving more money is to spend less of it.
That may sound like something easier said than done. However, if you know some ways to spend less, you can use them and start putting that saved money into an actual savings account. Here are a few tips that might help.
Your Credit Cards
Credit cards might be able to save you some money, but you want to make sure you use them wisely, so they aren’t costing you more or damaging your credit score. Start off by applying smartly. That means finding a card you know you can get approved for (know your credit score before you apply) and finding one with the best interest rates.
Your card can help you buy the things you need when you need them, but it allows you to take a little longer to completely pay for the stuff if you need more time. Just don’t take too much time and let those interest rates pile up.
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Your Savings Account
You need to have a savings account. Even if you don’t have too much money to put in it, every little bit will add up. Once you start saving in other ways, like cutting back on your utility bills and fun money, you will have more money you can save up.
Turn off the cable and start a streaming account.you run the heater and air conditioning, and set them on one level temp. If you get too chilly, put on a blanket or a sweater. If you get too warm in the summer, you can open a window and turn on a fan.
Your Spending In General
Never go shopping without a shopping list, not even back to school shopping. If you forget something on the list, you should add it to the list before putting it in your cart. This will help you be more accountable when you’re at the store.
Only buy what you need, when you need it. No one, even if the sale seems good. It just clutters up your home, and the store/shampoo is not going to become extinct.
Decluttering your home is also going to save you money. For one thing, you’ll be able to find the things you need when you need them, instead of being forced to go buy more. Plus, if you have a yard sale, you’ll instantly have some money to add to your savings account!