5 rules to make saving a habit

Saving money is critical for any financial plan. If you've set out to fix your finances and take control of your budget, saving is the most important step.

Today’s episode is intended to help you get into the habit of saving. Even if you save $1 a day, you should know it’s the most crucial first step in making saving a habit. Here’s what we cover: 

1) How to be consistent with savings.

2) Why is important to have a goal in mind while saving.

3) You need to track your progress.

4) Assess your needs and wants.

5) Reward yourself.

Tune in to get a promo code for a free subscription to Line. Please note once you enter the promo code, Line will charge $0.55-$0.65 for card verification. Don’t worry because that amount will be refunded the next day. It will reflect in your bank statement in a week’s time. So, what are you waiting for? Hit the play button now!

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