For example, when you go shopping and get things on sale, the cashier may tell you, “You saved $50 today!”
But in reality, you haven’t actually saved $50. What you’ve actually done is spent money on whatever it was you were buying.
Of course sales and discounts can be a good way to save money on things you truly need and were already planning to buy. But, the truth is, many of us get caught up in these sales tricks and end up spending money on things we may not need or have purchased at all if they weren’t on sale. When we do this, we aren’t saving money the right way. We are actually throwing money away on useless clutter.
Read on to discover a few of the right ways to save money instead.