8 Financial Habits That Can Make You Wealthy


It’s the little things your money habits that often make the difference between a life of wealth and one of constant financial stress.

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So, what are these easy changes that can help move you further along the road to wealth?

  1. Change your thinking (Reverse it)

We know: After taxes are taken out and the bills are paid, your paycheck can seem a little anemic which can make the idea of having to save for retirement too seem like a real struggle. But to build wealth, you need to change your mindset. Like instead of spending the rest of your pay, you’d actually take another cut of your paycheck and put it to your biggest financial goals.

Most people spend money and save after they have paid all their bills. And that’s backward. The first thing you need to do is save for your goals first, paying your bills and then consider spending the money you have leftover. Another mistake is putting your good money habits off till “later,” when life will get easier. But you don’t know, somehow the minute your income increases, the demands on your money seem to as well.

Now, we’re not saying to save all of your money and live on nothing. Not saying you should put thousand away a month but put away fifty something you can afford.

  1. Plan where you want to go

Knowing where you want to go, will be easier for you to find out what you want to do with your money. Anytime we have a specific goal in mind it will help us to save. Whether that goal is emergency savings, or saving for a trip or saving for college, it doesn’t matter.

  1. Adopt Your Own Private Mind Tricks

What if not spending $3,000 on a designer bag was as easy as following a rule that tells you can’t spend more than $500 on something that isn’t important to your life? The good news is you can make your own financial rules just like that. In fact, doing so can be a great habit to get into.

  1. Live Like a “Secret” Rich Person

For some, having mansions and shiny cars is the image of a millionaire. But really, they don’t live like that rather, they tend to live well below their ‘’means’’ and do more saving than spending. They often say that much of the wealth is more often the result of hard work, diligent savings, and living below your means.

  1. Tackle Retirement Now

If you’re in your twenties or thirties, retirement can seem decades away. And it might seem like you don’t have to save yet, because of course you have different spendings, like buying a house, going on vacations etc. But the later you start saving for your retirement the more you’ll have to save.

  1. Analyze What’s Coming in, and What’s Going Out

Most of us have good goals when it comes to saving money. But if you don’t know what’s coming into your bank account and what’s going out, chances are you don’t know how much you can give to your goals. And most people generally don’t track their income and spending. Remember: Knowledge is the first step to lasting change.

  1. Get rid of Debts

We all have debts at some point in our lives. Student loans, mortgages are usual, but it gets bad when you have credit card debt. It should be your number one priority to get rid of your credit card debts. It’s hindering you from making progress on your goals. For those who are not having any credit card debts, be aware and avoid making this mistake.

  1. Increase Your Earnings

There are different ways to increase your net worth. You spend less or you save more money but remember spending less is only a part of it. You have to have a way to grow your income, for example by working a second job that you love. You can always have a second job as long as you can. Just have in mind a second job can help you making progress on your goals by saving money. Another idea to look for investment opportunities.


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