Make and Save - Important Characteristics of Debt-Free Living


According to Finder, around the average Australian household owes $250,000. With this threshold set up pretty high, there is a great chance that you are one of them also. Living in debt sure is burdensome, however, it doesn’t need to be the reason for desperation if you know how to deal with debt. 

Truth is, there is no secret formula for correct money-management and how to find your way out of debt spiral if you’re already into it. But there are some life hacks and neat tricks you definitely would consider doing in order to make things brighter in the future. 

Face The Facts 

Overcoming psychological barrier and facing the real facts is usually the first (and for many, the most important) step when dealing with debt. Knowing your weak points and being aware of the areas you must improve in is of outmost importance. 

There are many methods you can use today to deal with debt. You can think about consolidating your debt, refinancing it or simply dealing with it in an old-fashioned way and looking into ways of paying it off of your regular salary if the salary is big enough and the amount you owe to the bank is moderate. 

The art of ‘’make & save’’ is something that you’ll definitely need to master if you want to bolster your budget and to make enough money to pay off your debt in as quick as possible. Knowing whether there is a leakage in your budget and finding solutions on how to fix it would be a step in the right direction. Acting as a procrastinator won’t be of much help when trying to save money, and you should already know that. 

Where To Look For Ways To Save Money? 

Simply asking some ordinary and everyday-related questions to yourself should do it. Can you spend a little bit more on gas on a monthly level? Do you really need all the services you are subscribed to on a monthly basis? Can you do something to possibly lower your electricity bill? Are there any better (and cheaper) solutions for keeping the house warm? 

All these questions will eventually lead to this important one: how much do I need to retire

Making lists of things and habits you should consider changing would be a good start. Maybe all those savings look negligible on an individual basis but you would be surprised at how much they can add up to in the end. 

Make Good Use Of Saved Money 

Now when you saved a little extra to put it on the side, you can focus your attention on how to reinvest that money and make some more out of it. As there are almost numerous ways to multiply money nowadays, we will stick with some of the most common alternatives on how to multiply your money. 

Depending on the amount of money you’ve saved, you might want to: 

• Buy a property (car, house) and lease it to someone (you can even list your vacant house on Airbnb or Booking), 

• Get into the game of investing. Stocks, bonds, even cryptocurrencies may prove worthwhile investing your money for possible future revenues. 

• Start a gig on the side. It doesn’t have to be something big. You can start a car-wash business for instance. Added sources of revenue are always welcome. 

And that’s basically it! It’s the continuous and never-ending loop of constant saving and multiplying money that will ultimately result in generating enough profit to pay off debts and to continue living life as a financially independent persona. And you know you deserve to be the one!


I hope you enjoyed this article about how to make and save more money and live a debt free financially successful life.

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