How to have savings from salary.

I earn a lot more than I expected to have. But because I earn a lot, I also spend a lot and I enjoy it. Almost all of my salary is being used up after receiving it from my workplace. Now, I am in my 30's and I do not have a stable savings account, I might regret sooner if I do not start saving up my salary.

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    People who earns a lot of money usually spends their money for their pleasures. I takes a huge amount of money from their salary and after a few weeks they are complaining that they are broke. For you to save up money, make a budget on your expenses. Do not buy things you would not benefit from. Find alternatives from you leisure.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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