Lately, there has been a lot of uncertainty in terms of economies and unemployment worldwide. We’re seeing many people - maybe even ourselves, or someone we know - who are feeling the difficulty of making ends meet. Money is the number 1 cause of stress for Americans, and that was even before this whole pandemic situation. It is more important, now more than ever, to try and live below (or within) your means. It doesn’t matter how much (or how little) you earn, if you cannot manage your spending. Below are some practical ways to do this. It may not be for everyone, and you don’t have to do everything on the list. But hopefully, a couple of the tips below can help you if you are in a challenging financial situation.
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