The most easy thing is losing money, the difficult thing is saving money to its value, and most difficult is making money.
This is sole reason why those who make money are rewarded in big way.
I would think making money is easier than saving because one has to have a little money in order to put it aside in savings. In today's economy neither is really easy though.
The Truth is none of these is easier now-a-days.
But if someone is dedicated and knows the value of money, then he/she may give the priority to save money what he/she is presently earning. Because the point here is no doubt making money now-a-days is tough because of competition, but one can save money by his will if he/she is dedicated to do so, then it will be easier.
I would say making money is easier than saving. Normally once you make money, you are tempted to spend the money and buy things that sometimes that you don't even need it.
But if someone really appreciate the effort of making the money, they would make a bigger effort to save money.
by Jose Juan Gutierrez5 years ago
How to start saving money for the future? What investments allow money to grow?
by kevin.howell6 years ago
What is your best tip to saving money?coupon tips, recycling, tell me how you save money
by Sarah Forester4 years ago
Do you prefer to focus on saving money or increasing your income?
by Saadia A6 years ago
Are you good in saving money or do you have the habit of heavy spending?
by Josh and Lindsey6 years ago
What's your best tip for saving money?What tip would you give someone trying to pay off debt or start saving?
by SPomposello5 years ago
Are we really saving any money? Either way, money has to be spent right? Not to mention the extra time you have to make for cooking prior to going to work. Any thoughts?
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