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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Money Saving Tips ( Free eBook)


Teach Your Children Budget Saving Tricks

To set a family budget takes more than a calculator and a list of expenses. To successfully plan and save a family has to find ways to not only save but make money. Most families have a steady stream of income and those cases their main objective will be to save enough to afford  them things like a yearly vacation and a new car every once in a while.

Each family has money saving tips they use when they set a family budget. Here's a few that you might not have thought of:

  • Lower the heat when you leave in the morning. It's costly to heat a home and doing so all day when everyone is at school or work in not needed. Turn the heat down a few degrees as you exit the house and the first person who comes in at the end of the day is responsible for turning it back up.
  • Have a rule regarding lights. Teaching children when they are young to turn off lights as they leave a room is a great habit to form. It saves electricity costs which can be substantial.
  • Plant a garden in the spring. This is not only a great method of saving on food costs it's also fun for children to help in the planting and growing . The food will taste even better to them knowing they had a hand in nurturing it.

If you had a goal of making more money when you set a family budget, here are a few tips that may help you:

Gather together any and all things in your home you no longer use and host a garage or yard sale. Children can join in by selling toys they no longer play with.

Take up a newspaper route with your child. This is wonderful first job for children and it also gives them the benefit of exercise. For the parent tagging along, the work-out is not only making them a wee bit richer; it's also a great way to spend time with your children.

With a few adjustments any family can set a family budget that works for them. It's an ongoing process and with hard work the payouts can benefit each and every member of the family.

 Getting Through the Day

If you think your quite fiscally responsible and never waste money , ask yourself the following questions. How often to you buy a quick coffee at a specialist chain? How often to you purchase lunch at work or even go out? How often to you buy snacks or newspapers during your working day? Chances are you do one or more of these things on a daily basis. Spending 4-5 dollars on a coffee doesn't seem like much but these can add up. The same holds true for lunches and treats like snacks, newspapers and magazines.

IF you did each of these everyday soon you would only be working to support to purchase of these items. There are alternatives it just takes a little creativity. Buying specialist coffee can result in an expenditure annually of 1000-1600 dollars. If the thought of giving up your morning coffee sends your heat racing, the good news is you don't have to. You can save nearly 90% of this amount by brewing your own and taking it with you. Some even save the paper cups from the shops and put the coffee in those. You won't notice the difference in taste but you will notice the difference in cost.

By purchasing lunches at work, you could be spending close to 1200 dollars a year. Again, nearly 90% of this money could be saved by preparing lunches and taking them with you. You also have the added benefit of having what you choose.

Newspapers are another thing that we can completely eliminate. Chances are we read only a few sections and discard the rest. You could try getting up early and watching about 30 minutes of the morning news. This will give you all of the headlines and it is free. If you simply must have that newspaper in your hand then look for places that give them away for free. There are more than you think and are quite good.

It is okay to treat ourselves to these things once in a while but punching them daily results in lots of money being wasted.

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