Right up to the point of no return was reached, most people will have always been wondering and grumbling how it is that it always appears that their bank is taking more from them than in actual giving. They seemed to have forgotten that their bank was not a charity organisation. Nor were they the proverbial money-grabbers that they were reputed to be at one point, especially around the time when the Great Recession happened, and a great deal more people lost a lot more than they should have.
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Honestly, whose fault is that, really. Banks like Columbia Bank Woodbridge have always been encouraging people to put in more. That way, at the end of the day, they would ultimately end up getting more out. That’s in the accumulated interest earned from months and years of disciplined saving. And have you not noticed this as well? Banks in general are loath to hand out new credit lines anytime you are pleased to ask. Since the great credit crunch, they too have learnt their lesson. But have you?
Just checking. Anyway, it is a good idea to save more than spend more. You do not need to feel it at all. You put away just what you can afford, money you could easily forget. Because it feels as though you do not need it. This is what the country’s greatest ever stock picker has said time and time again. After receiving your monthly pay check, what’s the first thing you’re going to take out of that. The first thing you’re going to do is put away money for savings and investments. And then you can start looking at those bills you still need to pay.
Put in more and get out more from the bank.