How To Put Your Money On Autopilot
Start by saving a certain amount every month from your paycheck (using automatic transfer), and also work towards building or completing your emergency fund.
Clear any high-interest debt you may have and also save money on your next life goal, like buying a house or a car.
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The bulk of your budget is made up of necessities like rent, phone and internet bills, insurance, etc. If you can lower your monthly expenses, you can save a lot for unplanned events.
There are a couple of paths you can take to pay off your high-interest debt when you're on a tight budget.
Financial professionals will advise you to cut out expensive nights out. In truth, you will have night's out, even when you're dirt poor.
To incorporate unplanned entertainment, set aside an amount each month. Be realistic. You can open another savings account for fun spending or you can use cash only.