Four Things You Waste Money On Every Month

Individuals are spending so much money every day buying the dumbest things. This in the long run costing people more.

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There are many purchases every day that burn a hole in our pocket even without telling us. Individuals are spending so much money every day buying the dumbest things. This in the long run costing people more.

These are the 4 things you need to stop wasting money on right now.

1. Expensive coffee

Nowadays we spent a lot of money on buying coffee in coffee shops. Coffee shops are found on every street corner which is very tempting for coffee lovers. Almost every shops are charging higher too. Take into account how much money is wasted in buying coffee every single time, you will get the exact point.

2. ATM Fees

Ofcourse bank ATMs are more convenient. Many of us visit ATMs several times in a month in order to withdraw money. For transactions, the bank usually, charges the account holder. If you use an ATM from a bank that's not your own more than three times, you will often be charged a fee by that bank. In many cases, even your own bank can charge you for transactions over five times. 7 Financial Tips Every Individual Must Know

3. Mortgage rates

Mortgages have been a blessing to many people. Home loan payments every month can take away a large portion of your salary. With high-interest rates on your current loan, you end up paying more than you should. There is an option to transfer the loan to a bank with cheaper rates. You should check this before taking the loan which can increase your savings. 7 Best Child Investment Plans In India

 

 

 

4. Eating out

Now, by a click, we will get our food delivered on the door steps. While there may be many offers that attract you to buy more food at a cheaper price. It will affect both your health and bank balance. Read Also: Things To Consider Before Saying Yes To An Offer Letter

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