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25.02.2019 @ 12:32 Posted by Jesper Johannesen

In a world, where you are constantly exposed to new hot things that you wish to buy, it is often hard to save up enough money to be able to afford more expensive things. This could for instance be your new favorite bike. In this article brought in collaboration with Moneytalk.dk, we will discuss 3 good advice, which can make it easier for you to afford your favorite bike that you have always dreamed of.

 

Analyze your private economy

First of all, you would like to analyze your private economy to find places, where you could find those extra money, making you capable of affording the stuff, which you don’t have money for currently. More specifically this can be done by taking a look at your bank account statements for the past 3-6 months. You should divide your expenses into categories such as food, savings, fun, rent and so on.

 

Very quickly you will be quite surprised by how you actually spend your money. The more you get chocked about the random things that you spend your money on, the easier it will be to find places, where to save money.

 

Create a budget for your private economy

When you have structured your past expenses into the mentioned categories, it is time to create a budget for your private economy. Firstly you would like to consider, which past expenses contribute to your quality of life and which does not. This way you can prioritize, which expenses that should be maintained and which expenses you should try to avoid in the future to save up for your favorite bike instead. Initially it sounds quite easy to ignore expenses not adding anything to your quality of life, but it is actually harder than it sounds. Secondly, you work out the budget according to your findings and try to follow it in the upcoming months.

 

Take a loan

In some cases, it is surprisingly worth it to obtain a loan, even though this comes at high expenses to interest. In rare scenarios, your favorite bike would be on sale. If the sale is good enough, the saved amount would outweigh the interest expenses, making it worth it to take a loan. It is though very important that you are capable of paying off the loan fast. Otherwise, it might result in a negative scenario, where you end up paying large amounts to interests. If you have any questions to the article, please contact MoneyTalk here.

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