Hanaposy Saves

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Welcoming you to the Hanaposy Saves. This financial blog is designed specifically to take your budget making and financial investments to the next level. Here you are given access to the myriad of golden tips to manage your personal finances and business investments. We go an extra mile to keep you updated on the latest happenings in the world of finance through our informational blogs.

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Investments are no less than savings

Investments are no less than savings

Since investments are no less than savings. Start saving bucks from today so after a while, you have enough savings to start investing in a business or to add up the surplus in the bank account. If you happen to go for the either one of these two, believe you me, you have made it to the retirement age (if God will).

Short-term goals require you to start sparing money right from the moment you get to read these lines. Because no one knows exactly the answer to this question: How long is he going to survive in this world? Would there come a tomorrow in person’s life or today’s sunset is going to be the last one to be witnessed by the said person? Still, the short-term plan has an edge over the long-term plan in a way, for the later is a way more far-fetched than the former.

As per suggested by CNN Money, one needs to start saving one’s money as soon as one leaves the school which means you are suggested to start putting aside money right from the beginning of your 20s. Else, you will run out of finances as soon as you are retired from work by the time you are 60. Sorry, not Sorry! You would be subjected to dependency on others, for you will no longer be self-sufficient because of having passed your retirement age. No work means, No Earning! This reality could only be altered in case, you have an ample amount of money deposited in your bank account, or you have made investments in some business or the like.

Suggested by CNN Money

Suggested by CNN Money

As per suggested by CNN Money, one needs to start saving one’s money as soon as one leaves the school which means you are suggested to start putting aside money right from the beginning of your 20s. Else, you will run out of finances as soon as you are retired from work by the time you are 60. Sorry, not Sorry! You would be subjected to dependency on others, for you will no longer be self-sufficient because of having passed your retirement age. No work means, No Earning! This reality could only be altered in case, you have an ample amount of money deposited in your bank account, or you have made investments in some business or the like.

Since investments are no less than savings. Start saving bucks from today so after a while, you have enough savings to start investing in a business or to add up the surplus in the bank account. If you happen to go for the either one of these two, believe you me, you have made it to the retirement age (if God will).

Short-term goals

Short-term goals

Short-term goals are short-lived and to be met within 6 months to one-year time span. While long-terms goals take up to 5 years at least to be accomplished. Short-term goals vary from buying your dream party dress to planning a holiday trip. On the other hand, long-term goals might be loftier and lavish beyond one’s imagination. They vary from buying a house, to a car and retirement goals. Surely, such goals take their due time, efforts and above all, strategic planning to be achieved.

Short-term goals require you to start sparing money right from the moment you get to read these lines. Because no one knows exactly the answer to this question: How long is he going to survive in this world? Would there come a tomorrow in person’s life or today’s sunset is going to be the last one to be witnessed by the said person? Still, the short-term plan has an edge over the long-term plan in a way, for the later is a way more far-fetched than the former.

We live in a material world

We live in a material world

More or less, we live in a material world and we should never shy away from accepting this reality, despite of it making us appear materialistic. We all have needs and cravings, which is quite natural, and we all need money to get them satisfied. Our short and long-term goals require us to spare some money from our monthly expenditures, and to put it aside and dormant until the right time comes.

Short-term goals are short-lived and to be met within 6 months to one-year time span. While long-terms goals take up to 5 years at least to be accomplished. Short-term goals vary from buying your dream party dress to planning a holiday trip. On the other hand, long-term goals might be loftier and lavish beyond one’s imagination. They vary from buying a house, to a car and retirement goals. Surely, such goals take their due time, efforts and above all, strategic planning to be achieved.

Short-term goals require you to start sparing money right from the moment you get to read these lines. Because no one knows exactly the answer to this question: How long is he going to survive in this world? Would there come a tomorrow in person’s life or today’s sunset is going to be the last one to be witnessed by the said person? Still, the short-term plan has an edge over the long-term plan in a way, for the later is a way more far-fetched than the former.