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5 Key factors that have a bad impact on your financial stability

All of us love luxury and things coming to us easily, and who would ever like to step out of their comfort zone. As comfort creatures we are, we want all things new and fancy and hardly ever take a moment to think whether or not we really require it. Not just that, we incessantly cater to our bad lifestyle, and evidently mess our finance cycle and still do nothing about it. That could be because, either we just don’t care or we’re too ignorant. Read more to know more on the 5 factors that cause financial instability;

Out of sight, out of mind

Causes of Financial Instability

Very often, we tend to forget things that are too little or less visible, however, these little things pile on and eventually come to us as a rude shock. Failing to track small expenses is a bad influence on our finances. These small expenses comprise of commodities or services that are unwanted, passive and lying idle for quite some time. For instance, the Value Added Services on our mobile number like Caller Tune services or the Gym membership that was long forgotten is billed every month, drilling a hole in our pockets. To combat this, thoroughly analyze all the bills and rule out the unnecessary services or products. It’s very important to fix the leakage, because a small leak can sink the ship.

Budget for the best

Financial crisis and how to avoid them

Being financially unstable can be ascribed to our failure of maintaining a budget. One should know the cash flow, in terms of the money earmarked as savings, investments, daily requirements etc. By doing this, one can very conveniently keep a track of the expenditure, avoid loopholes, prevent financial decline and also, easily focus on investments. Set up a monthly limit and jot down every penny you spend; you could alternatively take notes on your phone or maintain an Excel sheet. So, when you save enough you can further concentrate on doubling the money by investing it wisely. Financial solidity relies on efficient allocation of funds, not a Herculean task.

Plastic, far-far away

Reckless spending is usually unplanned, and often, we use plastic more than paper to cover the costs. This is clear; your credit card may appear to be our loyal companion when you run out of cash, but that’s an indirect trick to make you lose more money. Credit/Debit cards are very handy while traveling or urgent requirement, however it can be equally hazardous to your financial wellbeing. One doesn’t realize this until the arrival of the credit card payment bill at your doorstep. This is because with every card purchase, you have a certain amount of interest building up. Also, a late EMI payment results in an increased rate of interest. And to top it all, you don’t read your card statements either. Literally, in the red, isn’t it?

When in debt, don't fret

It’s good to clear your debts in time; it shouldn’t be taken as an encouragement to take more loans. Usually, unstable financial conditions are due to excessive debt clusters that one gets into unknowingly. It has a close connect with binge spending. Being mired in debts is also due to unorganized debt planning. One has to break the vicious cycle by creating a structure to clear debts within a stipulated period of time and by paying off amounts that don’t pinch the wallet.

Binge spending that impinge

There can never be a solid justification for buying new and expensive things every time. It’s alright if you give in to your whims once in a while, but its impulse spending that impinges on your financial stability. Not only does it mess your budget but also strays you away from achieving your financial goals. If you’re the kind of person who ends up buying anything or everything that made you gasp while window shopping, then it’s about time you hold it.

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