Search

5 Money Saving Tips Which You Know But Tend To Ignore

By siliconindia   |   Wednesday, March 20, 2013
33
Separator
40
Separator
61
Separator
14
Separator
Print Print Email Email

Bangalore: No matter, how much an individual earns, expenditure is inevitable. Most of the time, we plan to cut short our expenses in order to have a pocketful of money by the month end. But, at the same time, we realize that in the name of saving, our expense level went higher.

While planning to save our expenditures, we often plan to cut short the bigger expenses and ignore the smaller expenses. Well, this is the sole reason; we end up having an empty wallet at the end of the month.

Taking proper care of the smaller expenses, we can save beyond our imagination! Here are some of the most common expenses that can help us to make a big difference in our savings.

1. Turn off Appliances, When Not In Use

Our living room can be the first place to initiate money saving plans.

Heaters, fans, air-coolers, water heaters, etc. are some of the most needed appliances for Indian homes. Surviving the Indian weather is no ways possible without any of these appliances.

These devices come with a wide range of price but most of them consume an equal amount of power. These devices can help us a lot in saving our monthly expenses by reducing our electricity bills. By switching off these appliances, when not in use, we can save an extra amount of bills.

Also Read:
6 Billionaires Who Earned Their Wealth by Doing Nothing
10 Banks with Highest Interest Rates in India


Looking For Loan? Let us Help you !!!
Product
Name
City
Phone
Email
Loan Amount
Annual Income
Preferred banks
Captcha
Type the characters you see in the picture
  Submit
SPOTLIGHT
Brookfield to buy RIL E-W Pipeline
Canadian investor Brookfield has acquired the loss-making East-West Pipeline Ltd from Mukesh Amba..
Bharti Airtel board approves
Telecom major Bharti Airtel on Thursday said its board of directors has approved fund raising ..
90% of developing economies
Ninety per cent of developing economies, including India are falling behind or are at risk of fall..
Banks need to raise own capital
Public Sector Banks (PSBs) may raise capital themselves to meet regulatory and growth ..
Previous
Next