I need a Lot of Money nowI' m gonna need a lot of money now.
Four good reason why you make a lot of money but don't have one.
How does it make you think, no money at all, you never make enough money? Obviously, the response is you're wasting too much. Why do you pay so much? If we make a lot of money, we are not as cautious with our expenditures or our budgets as strict. Also, we are increasing our cost of life and expenditure up to the maximal capacitance.
So the more we earn, the more we can buy, so the more we pay. Here is a listing of where, why and how we spent when we are in money, and what you can do to keep more of your money. Not a verdict here, I can tick several on the below mentioned lists!
You' ve got an elaborate lifestyle: Actively living a society full of marriages, celebrations and excursions means you spend on babysitting, traveling and clothing. They are proud of their income and want to look the part by paying for unusual automobiles, clothing, jewellery and houses. Money means you can "afford" flamboyant pastimes and interests.
Expenditure on bio foods (47% more costly on average), fitness studio membership, spas, therapy sessions and personnel training adds up. And the bigger and/or more costly the house, the more money you pay for servicing such as laundry, landscaping, furniture and decoration. Those with whom you meet have an exorbitant lifestyle and taste. You' re gonna have to pay money just to be in.
And now that you have money, you want to buy it. It treats, gives or "lends" money to your boyfriends and your loved ones. You' re supporting families in need. If something is in need of repairs, just change it instead of trying to fix it... which brings me to my next point.... Deal with your bonus as "extra" money that doesn't matter and is intended for spending.
If you have your own debts and throw money away on interest... ...AND, you don't ask your payment service providers to lower your interest rate or use 0% interest differential transfer. They do not struggle against dubious charges on your bank or debit cards. Children, homes and husbands are costly!
As you read this, you have already taken the first steps; you become conscious of where, how and why you are giving out. Keep an eye on your expenses: A simple way to do this is to check your last three month of bank and loan sales and break them down into different types. So you can buy out what's left.
Create a listing of what you want to buy. Please allow a few weeks and check the checklist again to make sure they are all still important. Prioritise the lists and set a time line for each sale.