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BENNY DANIELS | 5 Financial Tips to help you build wealth in 2022 | December 14 2021

Do you ever feel like it’s difficult to find methods to save money no matter how hard you try? You strive to spend less and mean good, but something always comes up. Life gets in the way—the car needs new tires, the adolescent needs braces, the house needs a new roof—and conserving money quickly falls to the wayside. Does this ring a bell?

The truth is that you don’t have to wait for things to fall into place before you start saving money. Spoiler alert: If you wait for the “right time” to arrive, it will never arrive. Now is the perfect time to begin saving.


The good news is that there are plenty of simple strategies to save money and breathe new life (and money) into your budget. This few suggestions will help you fine-tune your spending and start on the fast track to saving and build wealth for the new year 2022.

1: REDUCE YOUR GROCERY SPENDING.

Most individuals are surprised to learn how much they spend at the grocery shop each month after creating a budget. It’s so simple to wander through those aisles, grabbing a bag of cookies here and a few bags of chips there, and then topping it off with the fun sweets at the pay point if you’re the average family of four (with two kids 5 and under. However, those small expenditures are budget busters that pile up quickly and break the budget every month.

Plan your weekly meals and take a hard look at what you already have in your cupboard before going to the market to save money on groceries. Why would you want to acquire more of something you already own? Leave the kids stay home if you truly want to keep to your list.


Would you like to save money and time? Try ordering groceries online and having them delivered. Since the pandemic began, almost every major grocery shop now offers it (sometimes even for free), and it can save you a lot of money. When you pick up your groceries, you avoid the temptation of seeing those freshly baked chocolate chip cookies floating across the aisles. In other words, you’re compelled to stick to your shopping list and prevent impulsive purchases.

2: DEBT IS NO LONGER AN ISSUE.

When it comes to saving money, monthly debt payments are the biggest money suck. You lose your income and your ability to save when you are in debt! So it’s past time for you to pay off that loan. The debt snowball strategy is the quickest way to pay off debt. This is where you pay off your bills, starting with the lowest and working your way up to the greatest. Isn’t that a little tense? Don’t worry; the focus is on behavior change rather than numbers. Once you’ve freed up some cash, you can finally start working toward your savings objectives and accumulating wealth.

3: AUTOMATICALLY SAVE MONEY IN 2022

You may be surprised to learn that you can save money without even realizing it. Yes, you can set up a monthly automatic transfer from your salary account to a savings account in your bank account. If that seems frightening, you can have your direct deposit automatically move 10% of your monthly salary to your savings account. You’ll be able to save for an unanticipated event this way!
Let this be your financial resolution for the year 2022 to get out of financial straits.

4: SPEND ANY ADDITIONAL OR UNEXPECTED FUNDS CAREFULLY.

In the year 2022, Put money to good use when you earn a nice work bonus, inheritance, or financial gifts. We’re not talking about putting it in the bank to camp out when we say “good use.”
If you’re still in debt, you’ll be better off utilizing the money to pay off your bills or the balance on your credit card rather than putting it aside or spending it on frivolous things. If you’re debt-free, put the additional money toward a family emergency fund, which you’ll need in case of an emergency.

5: TRY PUTTING A SPENDING MORATORIUM IN PLACE.

For a month, don’t buy any non-essential products! Consider it a contentment challenge. During this period take a daily inventory of things you’re grateful for. This should help you get rid of your “want”!
Make your spending moratorium work by making meals using what you already have on hand, avoiding stores where you’re prone to impulsive purchases, and saying no to anything that isn’t a necessary.

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