Review your budget
It is important to honestly audit your finances. After all, if you don't have a clear idea about cash flows, it is hard to understand what you can afford and what you cannot. Specialists recommend to review your expenses firstly. Write down all your expenses for within a month. As a result you will understand what can be thrown away smoothly. Professionals say if you can see the structure of your expenses you can easily save 10% of family budget at the minimum.
Break up your expenses
Firstly you need to break up your expenses into three groups: obligatory expenses, (credit payments, rent, community charges, food, medicine, transport costs), desired (clothes purchasing, furniture, equipment) and non-obligatory (entertainment, traveling, luxury items and so on). Regarding the change of expenses you should temporarily "close" the part of items of expenditure beginning from the bottom of the list.
Optimize your obligatory expenses
The easiest way to cut back the expense side of the budget is substituting the expensive products and goods for their budget analogues.
Make out a list of purchases
So before you go shopping, make out a list of what you need and by no means move aside from it. The psychologists say that people waste about 10% of earnings because of momentum for the things which you do not need, the things which do not give any pleasure, ...
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