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Money Management Tips For Stay At Home Moms

14 Dec

The expenses are always high and the money we earn appears to be just nothing in front of it. Things get tougher if you have just one bread earner in the family. Very often women who stay back at home do not realise how they can contribute to the expenses of a household. Here are some wise tips and suggestions for all work from home moms. I hope they prove helpful and women are able to manage their households in this post recession era.

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Manage Expenses
It is vital that you know the amount of money that is being spent by you. You may choose to use some application or you may even use an excel sheet to maintain a record of your expenses. This helps you to be more cautious while spending. You will be aware of each transaction and you will know the places where you may cut down on some expenses.

Save Some Amount
Maintain a goal that you will save a certain percentage of the family income. You may invest this amount in property or some scheme where you get rate of interest on the invested amount after a period of time. You may also encourage your child to save his or her money in a piggy bank. The money saved always proves useful when you are in some kind of crisis.

Earn From Home
Many women leave their jobs when they have kids. They need to know that there are ample options where you can work from home at your convenience. You may select any of these options and earn while you still do all the household activities efficiently. Look for freelancing options or work from home jobs and you can earn a lot of money while not affecting the routine in anyway.

These are just a couple of examples that women at home may find useful. You can also cut down on expenses when you go shopping by opting to use gift vouchers or discount coupons. You must be alert and cautious to be able to cut down on expenses.

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Posted by on December 14, 2015 in Budget Tips

 

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