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Turn your saving behaviours into a habit

To change your habits, you first need to know your current habits and then decide which ones you should change.

  • Think where you are wasting money on habits of behaviour that don't support your goals, such as automatic renewal subscriptions.
  • Another habit that prompts spending is feeling depressed or having some spare money.

Replace unhelpful habits with more constructive ones, such as putting money aside on payday. Pick only one or two habits to change at a time.

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People don't save even if they can

People don't save even if they can

People want to save for many reasons: for unforeseen circumstances, retirement, holidays, or to avoid debt. Others think it is a good idea to save because they should.

While not everyone is in a position to save, of those who can save and knowing its benefits, few do it.

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Lay the psychological groundwork

  • A lot of financial advice focuses on knowing about money, interest rates, tax, etc. However, only look at it after deciding what your financial goals are.
  • Your money is a tool, so first look at what you want, then see how to use your money...

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Define your values

Consider what you are saving for. If you're not sure what you really want in the long term, you can try a thought experiment:

  • Research suggests contemplating death can change your financial priorities. What would the future 'you' tell the current 'you' about what was...

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Psychological hurdles that prevent people from saving money

Underlying many of our difficulties with saving is that we only pay attention to our most immediate needs rather than prioritising a long-term saving strategy. We may also have an impulse to keep purchasing items to show off, such as a new phone (even if your exi...

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Create a sense of balance

Find a balance between your immediate needs and your more optional desires so that you can stay happy and motivated while setting aside enough toward your long-term goals.

On the one side, we often think something is essential when it's optional. But it is as common for pe...

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