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The First Steps To Changing Your Attitude To Money

September 22, 2017 by

From my experience, saving money is very much like losing weight. There’s no point going on a diet and depriving yourself of everything you love for 6 weeks if you’re only going to go on a massive binge afterwards, undoing all your hard work. If you want to stop living pay cheque to pay cheque, get out of debt, save a deposit, or prepare for retirement, you need to transform your attitude towards money and change your lifestyle. Otherwise it’s going to be a case of one step forward, two steps back.

Here’s are just a few tips to help you transform your finances in a big and sustainable way. Continue Reading

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