Habit-Forming Financial Advice

Posted on: July 24th, 2012 by Joy Niemack

Here is some financial advice on how to tighten your belt and begin good personal financial planning…

Nowadays, no one has the money to just splash around on expensive gym contracts and personal trainers. Berno Lategan gives sounds financial advice on how to tighten your belt and begin good personal financial planning on Medical Aid to save up for that indoor gym in the comfort of your own home.

As sure as the sun rises and sets each day, so is growing up and getting real about what you do with what goes in-and-out of your bank account. You can just about taste the deposit of your first pay cheque and the long list of things you plan to do with it. But, what do you really know about the pros and cons of what you can do with that first salary and how starting good habits now will have you a whole heap-of-happy down the line?

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16866-saving300-6978.jpgNot every job comes with pension or medical aid. Hell, some places barely bother putting coffee in the kitchen. So when your cost-to-company is the whole sum of it, learn a few facts that will make you smarter today – and then some tomorrow! Make sure you have considered what you will be able to do and how you will be able to live once that last salary has gone into your bank account. And while you are on the road to that day, make sure you are looking after your health at the same time.




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