Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Secret to Saving Money


Posted by Amy :)

In the present state of economic crisis where the income has fallen down and the prices of commodities have rose exponentially, ways to save money is something looked after by every individual. Whatever be your earnings, if you are not one of those business magnets who show their appearance on the business magazines or are in news, you are possibly a common man with a limited income. In the stressful state of financial distress saving a part of what you have earned is a big deal for you. Saving money can have just a simple formula and that is to save. Clearly speaking you need to cut down your expenses so that you can save more from your earning and expend less. Avoid any luxurious expenses. Now, all you do is not to save money but to assist yourself in preventing any extra expense. Planning your personal finance is essential even during economic crisis as it may make you expend long years of savings all at once.

Before making any change in your expenses, you must know what you are doing. Make sure that the step that you are taking really benefits you in any way. Only then you will be able to maintain a proper balanced monthly budget. After retirement is the time that may be converted to the most painful days as far as your personal finance is considered if you have not planned it yet. There are plans such as 401k and IRA and if you are not under any of these plans, you must talk to your financial advisors regarding the same.

To keep your post retirement future safe, you need to start saving money for the same as early as possible. It is recommended that you must save at least 10% of your total income for post retirement. Try questioning yourself whenever you are to invest in some luxury item – do I really need it? You have to treat you personal finance and your home as a business firm. Check how much you expend and how much you earn. Adjust your expenses as per the income you receive. There are certain expenses that are sure to be done. These include rents, school fees of your children, electricity, taxes and many more. If you cannot stop investing in them, you can however try to reducing the expense. Check if you are having a flat that is bigger than you need? Sometimes people have guest rooms that are seldom utilized. So, it would be better if you opt for a smaller flat that is enough in size for you.


Author Bio: I am William a finance blogger, freelancer and copyright editor from NY. Check out my site at economicrisis.com