Editorial: Saving is for all

Whenever we hear the word ‘saving’, we always think it’s for people who are employed and have a monthly income. Did you know that we have to develop the culture of saving at a very tender age if we are to ever get rich in future?

Whenever we hear the word ‘saving’, we always think it’s for people who are employed and have a monthly income. Did you know that we have to develop the culture of saving at a very tender age if we are to ever get rich in future?

On several occasions, we get money but saving has never crossed our minds. All we think of is buying sweets and biscuits. For the teenagers its about fancy cloths.

We should give saving a priority. A saying goes; Coins make millions. This means that however little the amount one saves, it accumulates.

Especially if it’s intact and no one is using it. Many of us wonder about how we can save without having bank accounts. In this edition we learn tips about saving and how to make our own bank ‘the saving box.’

Remember today’s billionaires started saving at a very early age. Warren Buffen the world’s richest started saving at 7 years. Saving is a trend that doesn’t make one lose in any way.

Save and invest at the earliest age, the earlier the better.

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