June 2008
Te Karaka: The Ngai Tahu Magazine;Winter2008, Issue 39, p50
The article offers ways of saving money for people with below-average incomes. A plan for cutting out the non-essentials, such as bought lunches, fizzy drinks, smokes, alcohol, and magazines, and cutting down on essentials, such as power, phone/communications, petrol, and food, is provided. Helpful tips on the right way of spending on food such as planning a week's meals, shopping with a list to avoid impulse buying, and shopping once a week are given. Setting a goal is mentioned as a way to motivate an individual to save money.


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