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Manage my money better

Manage my money better

In this, the first and most important strategy, we will show you how working with what you have and staying within your means is not that difficult with the help of some fine tuning and some easy to understand tools.

Back to basics. Create a budget and stick to It.

Managing your finances to meet your day to day requirements as well as your long-term goals can be a complex task. In this, the first and most important strategy, we show you how working with what you have and staying within your means is not that difficult with the help of some fine tuning and some easy to understand tools. You must know what is coming in (income) and what is going out (expenses). It may seem obvious but it’s important that you spend less than you earn.

Do you fully understand where your money is being spent? Are you dabbling in too many little luxuries? Our personal budget planner gives you a realistic view of your spending habits, so you know exactly where your money is going. Once addressed, it becomes easier to determine where you need to cut back. It can be a confronting process, but one that will give you a clear vision.

Once you have established a budget and you have committed to it you can start your savings plan. Having a savings goal helps you maintain motivation and avoid temptation.

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Debt is a part of modern life – and it can be used to help you reach your goals. But only when you’re in charge of it, not when it’s in charge of you.

Over time, it’s easy to accumulate little bits of debt here and there that don’t seem significant, but can add up to a waste of your cash.

Streamline what you owe where, and you can free up cash

homes

Let’s be honest, most of us don’t understanding how our mortgage works. We tend to ‘set and forget’. Are you in the best home loan? You may have got into certain bad habits with your mortgage payments. But there may be other ways to make them that can help you clear your mortgage early.

Just because you have a thirty-year loan does not mean you have to take thirty years to pay it off.

What’s next?

A goal without a plan is just a wish