5 Essential Cash Ideas for Millennials

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I’m not in any approach a finance knowledgeable, however within the final 12 months, I’ve adopted a number of monetary methods which were working …

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  1. I watched this video ending of 2019 and I picked something which I started to practice on 4th January, 2020. I made it a point of duty to always record my income and expenses.

    It wasn't easy at first, but with dedication and consistency it is now a part of me. I can't spend nor receive money without writing it down.

    Today, I can boldly tell you how much I've made and spent so far this year.

    This is my testimony.
    Thank you Peace Itimi

  2. I love what you're doing. Super lady! The secret to savings is developing the culture of savings. A way of savings life, yea..

    Starting is usually not easy, but with with discipline and consistency one can start saving from less than 10% to 60% or more of monthly income.

    I actually started that way. Whenever money comes in savings comes first, then tithes and others. In that order.

  3. 🀯🀯🀯🀯🀯🀯
    I know I kinda know about this;
    But hearing these again from my peer, it’s more Holy Grail & Fun, saving to reinvest more Thoughtful and less pressured about it .
    Thank you πŸ™ Peace

  4. These are very helpful tips, especially Investing in $$

    Budgeting for me has been a live saver. It puts me in check preventing me from spending more than I can afford, keeps me financially organised and makes me know my financial position way ahead of time. However, the most important ingredient that makes budgeting work is self-discipline. Without self-discipline, budgeting will end up being an exercise in futility.

  5. I'm especially grateful that you mentioned opting in for long term investing like assets buying, etc, as compared to the popular short terms once. I can't believe that I've never thought to plan towards this!

    Thanks for these insights, Peace.

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