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It’s not your salary that makes you rich, it’s your spending habits. – Charles A. Jaffe
That guy has a point. What we earn is one thing; how we spend it is an entirely different thing.
This year seems to be the year that everyone is either having a vision and reinforcing their 2019 resolutions or announcing that New year resolutions don’t work for them and gathering others to join their club. Either way, healthy finances is at the top of everyone’s list for 2020.
The easiest way to have healthy finances is to budget properly and prioritize saving. I can hear someone say, “Easy for you to say.” This is why this article is going to teach you, in simple, practical steps, one of the ways that you can save money.
Are you ready for this? Here you go: buy ahead and save big.
That means exactly what it means: buying ahead. People usually equate this to buying plane tickets or game tickets early, but it also applies to just about anything that can be bought and kept before its season comes around. This could be clothes, shoes, foodstuffs, equipment, et cetera.
There are several compelling reasons why you should buy ahead, and how this will help you save big time. Reasons such as,
Simple, right? Start making the right financial decisions now: buy ahead whenever possible, and save big while you’re at it.
Disclaimer: The information in this article is not intended to encourage any lifestyle changes without careful consideration and consultation with a qualified professional. This article is for reference purposes only, is generic in nature, is not intended as individual advice and is not financial or legal advice.