Budgeting: How small cutbacks lead to Smart Savings!

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There are several big stuff that I have detailed in my book and how we should be leveraging my 80-20 model of my book to address them from our personal finance standpoint. This is my second blog that is focused more towards the smaller stuffs that are small but when added together could potentially lead to some noticeable smart savings in the long run. My previous blog post (An inside look at some of the smaller spending statistics) touched on similar small stuffs that add up in the log run, in this blog I am keeping the focus just on the home front related potential saving areas. Here is a good visual that very well touches on the small “sensible” cutbacks that we can do that would lead to great smart savings. It’s a decent visual representation of the key areas one can consider for savings within the home: attic, bathroom, kitchen, dining room, living room, home office, basement, garage and more!

Budgeting: How Small Cutbacks Lead to Great Savings. Source: Personal Finances from Quickens

Budgeting: How Small Cutbacks Lead to Great Savings. Source: Personal Finances from Quickens

Sourced from: Personal Finances from Quicken

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