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How you spend your money?

Discussion in 'Personal Finance' started by pistol valy, Jun 27, 2017.

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  1. pistol valy

    pistol valy Founder Member

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    Many of us like to gather the money they earn and store them as they wish, but how do they spend their money? I have noticed that many spend their money traveling, this is what they most like to do. Other invest in their homes, they like to improve the way their home look as they change the colour, change the furniture, the fridge, TV and modernize their kitchens. I know some who spend all their savings on clothes, clubs, drinks or drugs.
    There are many ways in which someone can spend their savings, and i wonder which choice fits to you!
     

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  2. WildSpirit

    WildSpirit Gold Member

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    I always try to be very conscious when it comes to "spending money".

    Naturally, I have been (and still am) a person who has always managed to control money (avoiding unnecessary expenses), although some extravagances are normal once in a while. :) But one of the things - besides my fixed bills - that I make a point of spending my money is precisely with travels (I mean... you spend the money and you get richer :D).
     
  3. Reverted

    Reverted Founder Member

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    Haha, this is a very good question. I am a really frugal person and I hate spending my money. I don't mind spending it on my loved ones or friends but for myself? no way. I don't often treat myself to things unless ''forced'' to. Most often I simply save the majority of the money that I make.

    I guess if I like to buy something then it would be new electronics - like a new phone or a new computer. It is good for entertainment purposes but also for the business side of things so it is a win-win situation.
     
  4. David

    David Founder Member

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    The common/often ways I use my money is through using it for buying food products for the monthly use, for paying rent in time (narespect Landlord sana) Lol, sometimes I use it for an emergency, sometimes for a one-day-leisure activity, and public-transport fare. As we know if one works in town/westlands, its approximately a dollar a day you can spend on fare (at least on a public means -matatu).
     
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