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How to Manage Your Money Smartly

     You may feel as though you are managing your money well and yet you never end up ahead.  This is the struggle that a lot of people have, but there are some simple ways that you can reduce the amount of your spending and end up with 20% more in the bank at the end of the year.  You may look over your finances and wonder if this is possible and even doubt it, but it is possible, and regardless of your income you can begin to save money.

     Managing your money takes a bit of effort and you have to want to make money saving techniques a part of your life.  If you are not willing to do this than you will not be able to save and you will be right where you are right now five years from now, living paycheck to paycheck.

     Some simple things you can do to start managing your money in a much smarter way is to adjust your thermostat.  You may think that your thermostat has very little to do with your money management skills, but it does!  If you set your thermostat to 78 in the summer instead of 76 or 74 and you set it to 64 in the winter you will see a savings of 20% in your bill.  Doesn't sound like much?  Consider if you spend $100 a month, that 20% is $20 a month that you can put in savings and by the end of the year you will have $240 in your savings account!

     In addition to adjusting your thermostat you can also adjust what you are eating.  If you bring your lunch to work you can easily save $25 or more a week.  Just by bringing your lunch with you, you can save $2500 or more a year!  This money can go into your savings or to debt so that in the course of one year you will be in a lot better financial shape than you are now.  Simple money management techniques like this will allow you to continue to enjoy life while also managing your money more wisely.

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