6 Tips to protect your money

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For healthy personal finances you should change your mind about saving, spending and investment.

A smart money management requires more than an understanding of mathematics. That part is relatively simple: Spend less than you earn, save and invest early will help you keep money when you get old.

The numbers are difficult, but the psychological and emotional challenges that prevent most people reach their financial dreams are much more complicated. But it should always be. The key is to change your financial mindset. To achieve this, we share six simple strategies: 

There are no secrets. Basic to build an economic welfare have been well documented for decades. Stop looking for shortcuts and secrets; better focus on the simple things that your parents and grandparents taught you, and not spend more money than you earn and save some of your income. 

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Happiness comes to manage expectations. You will not find happiness if you only work to buy more things. Why? Because there’s always more than just buying and never be completely satisfied. Escape the trap is easy: Learn to be satisfied with what you have and be happy with the process of achieving your goals. 

You can have whatever you want, but you can not have everything. Cut your spending on things that are not essential and invests those that make you feel better. 

it automates everything. When it comes to saving and investing, you can be your worst enemy. So Eliminate equation. Automate your savings, bill payments and investments. You save time and headaches. In addition, you will be less inclined to spend your retirement savings on a new car, for example. 

‘Perfect’ is the enemy of ‘good enough’. Often, we fail to act because we are looking for the absolute and safe way to invest or save money. So actually we ended up doing nothing. But action eliminates fear, and a sufficiently good result is better than nothing. 

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Do not make excuses. Do not blame the president, to your ex, bad luck or your partner business for your financial situation. Your circumstances may not be entirely your fault, but they are your responsibility. 

No one cares more about your money than you. So do not expect someone else to tell you how to invest, save or pay off your debts.You have the instinct and intelligence to manage your business. Do the same with your personal finances.

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