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Managing Your Finances With Loans

By: Marvin Germo | February 28, 2021

Is it possible to manage your finances even if you have loans to pay? Can you still save despite having loans? How? I know many of you are curious about getting your loans paid off. Well, it’s possible. You can still manage your finances with loans. Let’s consider your loan as your responsibility. This is not something that you should skip paying. This might hurt your finances or credit records big time if you skip paying your outstanding obligations.

To manage your finances while paying some of your loans, here are the things you can do based on my experience and some of the ideas shared by the people I interviewed on my Youtube Channel.

Prioritize paying your outstanding loans

To effectively manage your finances, you need to know your priorities. Is it buying the latest gadgets? No. Is it buying new clothes every payday? No. Is it frequently eating out? No. Your priority should be paying your loans first before your wants. This is the best first move you have to make and this is mandatory if you really want to manage the financial aspect of your life effectively. Quit buying your wants until you settle all your outstanding obligations.

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Pay in advance

If you can make advance payments, do it. This is one way to lighten your burden. You need to take all the ways to get rid of your loans. Pay in advance if you must. Pay the principal. Pay the interest. Pay with your hard-earned money. Never skip paying even if it’s just for a month. Make it a habit to pay your bills according to your due date. It’s also training for your discipline. When you are used to paying in advance, it will be easier for you to settle your future loans. If you can’t pay in advance, make sure that you are paying on time to avoid surcharges and interests. Always follow your due date.

Avoid getting loans to pay your loans

This is the most essential thing to remember. Never get loans just to pay your outstanding loans. Remember that when you pay using another loan, you are just adding a burden to your finances. Instead of adding another burden, why not just pay the outstanding loans first out of your pockets? Isn’t it more peaceful and relieving to see your outstanding loans being paid off slowly? Pay your loans with your savings.

Never take out loans again

If not necessary, don’t take out loans again. Do this as a favor to yourself. If you think loans are burdens, then never take them again. You don’t need loans if you have savings. So, to avoid taking out loans in the future, make sure you have savings to use next time. Apart from paying your loans slowly, ensure that you save little by little. Your savings don’t have to be big. You just need to make things work even in their simplest form. Save more and loan less.

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