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10 Steps Every student Must Take to Get Rich


Career Counseling

08/May/2017

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10 Steps Every student Must Take to Get Rich

Every single student is really bad with money, but in this situation you have to adopt for some best strategies to end up this situation completely. In this article, I will discuss with you 10 steps that every student have to adopt for establishing himself positively financial to move forward toward your goal.

Never spend more moeny;

Spend less and earn more. It might seem ridiculous, but it’s the truth. Don’t act like those students who spend more and make less amount. They assume that they will make more money in the future and start spending more money.

Build a side work.

Every successful entrepreneurs have built the side hustles. According to one report, the average millionaire is earning money from more than seven sources. Having multiple income will stream up your student life and you start delivering true value to your career.

Always pay off your credit cards;

No matter how financially you are short, always pay off your credit card bills in a timely manner.
Always make financial decisions based on your current earning. Otherwise, you’ll find yourself dying in borrowed payments.

Set financial goals every month;

Once you have set the specific goal, you become responsible to make it possible.
At the start of each student year, you have to set a big financial goal and make it possible by following the right track

Follow the rule of 50-30-20;

According to the financial expert, every single student have to spend the 50 percent of his income on his needs and necessities like clothes and dinners.
Especially when you’re student, you have to follow the 70-20-10 rule. According to it you have to spend the 70 percent of your income on your living, spend 20 percent and save 10 percent .

Surround yourself with financially responsible people;
Nothing raises the financial success like hanging out with financially responsible people. This doesn’t means that you have to go with the older group of friends, infect you just have to make the financially strong people.

Judge yourself over the year, not the month;

While it is important to Judge yourself, but not the month to month basis. Yearly based judgment is more important to indicate yourself from the financial point of view. Some months might not be great (things happen), others might be wonderful.

But what’s important is that, come the end of the year, you saved at least 10 percent of your income. Otherwise, if nothing is being saved, how do you expect to build true wealth for yourself?

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