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Monday, 5 February 2018

Five Ways to Ease Money Worries

Worrying about money is something that many people do, even though worrying is a fairly pointless emotion. That being said, you can’t just automatically stop everybody from worrying by telling them that. So, what can you do if you want to stop worrying about money for good? Read on to find out:



Figure Out Various Ways To Get More Money Coming In
When you’re not relying on just one source of income, you’ll feel more positive about money. Having multiple sources of income coming in is a great way to stop stressing out, and anybody can do it now with the help of the internet and online tutorials! Passive income streams are a must for anybody who wants more wealth and less worry. Portfolio careers are a vision for how many people will work in the future.


Assign A Set Amount Of Money To Go Into Your Savings And Forget About It
Make sure you have a set amount of money go into your savings each month and forget that it was ever there. If you don’t, you may be tempted to keep it. Having an emergency fund is imperative!


Think About Purchases Carefully
Don’t impulse buy. People who impulse buy spend hundreds more each year than those who don’t. Plus, the excitement of impulse buys often wears off afterwards, and you may find you didn’t want the item as much as you thought you did. Think about it for at least a couple of weeks.


Use An App
There are so many apps that will help you to track your spending and give you tips!


Become More Frugal

Make sure you become more frugal, especially around the home. This infographic can help you:


credit to Sunny.co.uk

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  1. Never used an app before ' learnt how to be frugal from DAD -
    Hreat advice
    Thanks

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