Ranking the important parts of your budget

By Faeza
03 July 2015

Some things are nice to have, while others are necessary; food is important, but just how important is the R40 jar of chocolate spread or do you have both Wi-Fi and a data bundle? Look at where you can cut one or the other in order to save. Jot down everything you spend money on in a month, from the bond or rent to the DSTV subscription, take away meals, fuel etc. Then re-arrange your expenses in order of importance – remember savings and planning for the unexpected should be fairly high up on your list http://www.truthaboutmoney.co.za/