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Salary is not the same as savings
Having a high salary does not automatically make you rich; having a low salary does not automatically make you poor.

Your net worth is more important than how much money you make. It’s amazing how many people don’t realize this simple truth.  All that matters is how much you save out of your salary.

Saving is more important than investing

Pay yourself first is such simple advice, but so few people do this. 

The best investment decision you can make is setting a high savings rate because it gives you a huge margin of safety in life.

Live below your means...
....not within your means. 

The only way to get ahead financially is to stay behind your own earnings power.

Save On Transport Without a Car
Save On Transport Without a Car

You’ll save far more if you don’t buy a car or sell it if you already own one but can go without it.

If you can use public transportation, you can save quite a bit of money on gas, parking, and maintenance over time. 

Save On Transport While Keeping a Car

Carpool to work if you can to significantly reduce wear and tear on your car, save on gas, and take advantage of carpool lanes that might make it easier to get to work.

Check at least once a month to keep the tires on your vehicle properly inflated. Doing so can improve your gas mileage.

Save On Debts

Refinance your home or automobile at a lower rate to save money over the life of the loan and lower your monthly payment.

If your student loans are locked in at a high-interest rate, figure out whether it makes sense to consolidate all or some of them.

When budgeting comes in handy
  • You have no idea where your money is going.
  • You’re chronically overspending.
  • You’re not saving any money.
  • You struggle to afford the things you really want.
  • You have trouble keeping track of bills.
  • You often face cash flow problems.