Government & Politics

Expense Control

Government & Politics

Posted by: r23

15th Mar 2023 06:43pm

Hi folks,

With inflation climbing at all time highs. Share your thoughts as to how your are managing and planning your budgets? Has your spending decreased over the last few months or has it remained unchanged?

Share some tips with wider community as to how to keep with surging prices.

Comments 1

  • 16th May 2023 12:56pm

We spend on essentials, the cost has risen of these but we haven't decreased or increased services or products purchased.
We pay more for less for food, insurances, registrations and power.
Go through your budget and see what you can cut out, decrease or find a better deal on and only buy what you need and not wants.

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