6 top money saving tips for students

6 top money saving tips for students

After the publication of the 2015 Student Living Index, we share six tips to help students better manage their money.

The 2015 Student Living Index shows that Belfast is the most affordable city in which to be a student.

1. Create a budget

It’ll help you stay in control of your money and keep track of what you have coming in, and what you have going out. Prioritise your outgoings, and make sure you pay for essentials before you treat yourself.

2. Set savings goals

Think about what you’re saving for. If you’ve got something specific in mind, whether it’s a trip abroad or a new gadget, you’ll be more motivated to manage your money and control your spending.



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