Dedicates 30% of income for personal expenses

A great many people suggest, in application of the
50-30-20 rule
or advice from major industry figures, to use no more than 30 percent of monthly earnings for personal expenses, i.e., travel, dinners out, birthday gifts or subscriptions to gyms, newspapers and more.

If you have a monthly budget, you can plan for extra expenses and avoid spending more than you earn on something superfluous.

Here, too, the use of the
financial diary (click here and find out what it is).

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