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Osorhor Ogenevwegba Michael
Delta state polytechnic otefe oghara ( DESPO )
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
Graduate, Nigeria.
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If you really want to save some money to meet some financial goals, you’ve got to make some sacrifices. You know that saving is one of the ways you can meet those goals you wish to achieve before the end of the year.

And as a starter, it is important you cut some things from your expenses to make savings easy and possible. Here are three things you might need to stop spending money on if you want to be a successful saver.

1. Eating Out

Having launch and dinner at eateries from the little you earn is the quickest way to going broke. If saving is your priority, you won’t won’t find eating out interesting.

2. Clothing you would wear just once

Some events like weddings, carnivals or religious programs can prompt you to buy certain clothes you won’t like to wear again. Some Aso ebi, for instance, could cost you some thousands of Naira and if you can’t wear it more than once, there is no point buying it.

3. Brands

Many people tend to believe that a product is either fake or worthless if it doesn’t have a brand name attached to it. Whereas, there are many alternative products that will give you the same value at a cheaper price.

Don’t try to copy other people’s lifestyle. You don’t have to patronize an expensive brand because it is your friends’ favourites.

source dailyadvent.com/index.php/2018/08/30/dont-spend-on-these-3-things-if-you-want-to-be-a-good-money-saver/
Don’t Spend On These 3 Things If You Want To Be A Good Money Saver - Career & Motivation

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