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Thrifty tips for Adults

Taking care of your money can be quite a hassle, especially with the bills, and while handling your social life. Some people might overlook the importance of financing your money from an early age, and there’s a lot of benefits in managing your money, starting from investment, retirement and even emergency expenses. Here we have listed several ways on how to manage, save and make more money for you young adults.

Make a checklist of your budget and spending

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The first step on saving money is to make a list of your monthly budget and your spending; this will inform you where most of your money goes, and how you can allocate it to save more money. Making this list will also prevent you to indulge or splurge on something that you don’t need, and instead, saving for something that you need, perhaps a holiday that you deserve, a new car or maybe a new house.

Tip: some applications on your smartphone also offer you to manage your money, so make sure to do your research on the Internet.

Rent instead of buying things

Another mistake that people seem to do is to buy expensive stuff that is going to be used only for a one time occasion. For example, why buy an expensive dress for a wedding party when you can rent for a lower price or, borrow from a friend, which is practically free. Another tip from us is to make sure you ask around before you decide to rent something, some stores can have the same thing that you need on a lower price, and make sure to return it on time to avoid any penalties.

Tip: in case you’re renting or borrowing, make sure that you have the stuff that you need a day before the big event, this will ensure you that you have what you need.

Sell used stuff

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If you have used stuff such as textbooks or clothes that you don’t wear anymore, then you can sell it to make extra cash. Nowadays many websites offer you a place for you to sell your used stuff, so make sure you pack your used stuff and starts selling. A tip from us is trying to sell it at a lower price; you’re trying to sell your stuff just to get rid of it, not to make a lot of money. Sell your stuff on a package to encourage customers to buy your used goods.…