Cómo Encontrar Dinero para Ahorrar

Si está buscando comenzar a ahorrar, aquí le presentamos algunas maneras fáciles para establecer sus riquezas o patrimonio todos los días. Asegúrese de buscar los demás recursos que nosotros le ofrecemos para ayudarle a establecer su camino para lograr sus metas financieras.

Consejo

Ahorro Mensual

Ahorro Anual

  1. Ahorre todos los días 50 centavos en cambio suelto

$15

$180

  1. Reduzca el consumo de soda por un litro a la semana

$6

$72

  1. En el trabajo, sustituya un café por 1 “capuccino” 

$40

$480

  1. Traiga su almuerzo al trabajo (ahorros estimados de $3 por cada día)

$60

$720

  1. Al mes, coma 2 veces menos fuera de la casa 

$30

$360

  1. Al mes, tome prestado un libro en vez de comprarlo

$15

$180

  1. Compare los precios de la gasolina (ahorros estimados de 25 centavos por galón)

$4

$48

  1. Mantenga el mínimo requerido en su cuenta de cheques para evitar pagar cuotas

$7

$84

  1. Escriba un cheque sin fondo menos al mes

$20

$240

  1. Pague a tiempo su cuenta de tarjeta de crédito para evitar pagar cuotas

$25

$300

  1. Salde $1,000 de una deuda de cuenta de tarjeta de crédito, reduciendo los intereses que paga

$15

$180

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  • Written by Tammy G. Bruzon | July 23, 2015

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