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Remember that cheaper is not always better! There is a very good expression ‘miser pays twice! Try not to forget about it. To read more click here: Aron Warner. Sometimes it’s best to buy slightly more expensive for that last for much longer than ever being spent on the cheapest things. This family budget is not very correct. 9.

Create your own bags. Monthly to pay a portion of income to create ‘bags’ – some call it ‘deferred for a rainy day’. But the first name I like it a lot more, and do not want to live waiting for ‘black day’, but have a small amount of reserve, just in case of emergency, would very much welcome. Now, in the event of unforeseen circumstances, you do not have to collect the money from the planned to the priority of purchase, and it will not have the budget bounce. 10.

Try to pay cash. Civilization comes up to us, and increasingly we are beginning to pay by credit card. But remember that in this case is more difficult to control costs and refrain from unnecessary purchases. Agree that when you see that in your wallet is not thick – it’s the best incentive to refrain from not very important purchase. With a credit card to do it harder. 11. Keep your finger on the pulse. What I mean by meaning of this phrase? Try to look for new opportunities to save, learn about new services and shops. In a word “calculate all the options. It is often cheaper to buy a ticket, than daily spend in travel transport. For example, I recently dropped in to an Internet operator, to change the modem for the best, and learned that there was a new range of tariffs. I then moved on to other fare, and now to get traffic to 3 times more for tezhe money. Although such Pleasant surprises are not often, but as they say let ‘rarely but pointedly. ” About all a way to save money in the article – of course not, just touched on, in my opinion the most important, those that use the most. Would love you to his comments describe ways of saving, which are using in their lives and were not affected.

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