If you’d like to save
more money in 2020, it can be overwhelming knowing exactly where to start. Should you invest in alt-coins? Should you pick up a side job?
Is it time to ask for a raise? Well, if you’re feeling unsure of how to
increase your savings, we have some lifestyle and finance tips to help you bulk
up your savings account. Keep reading to learn about how to start a
strong saving habit.
Americans spend a ton
of money eating out each year. In fact, those between the ages of 25 and 34
spend on average $3,416 on dining expenses each year. Those under 25 spend
$3,416 each year. And the biggest spenders were those aged between 35 and 54
years old, who averaged a little over $4,000 annually. With apps and services
like UberEats and DoorDash, it’s easier than ever just to swipe and tap a few
times to get food delivered directly to your doorstep. But if you can resist
the temptation of eating out and using food delivery services, you can save
some serious dough.
It’s a good idea to
implement meal planning into your weekly routine, which can save thousands of
dollars in dining out costs—plus, it helps you avoid wasting food.