A savings account is an ideal option for all our long-term and short-term goals. This article is a quick start guide on saving. It can also serve as a reminder for those who know all about savings but need a refresher. All of us have been instructed on the importance of saving, and it is actually important to save for a goal or for tough times.

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Five quick tips on savings
Set a goal - It doesn't matter if it is big or small, it is still important to have a savings goal.

Create a budget - Budgeting will help you find out how much you have to save each month. It also helps you control your spending.

Earn extra cash - There are many areas where you can save some extra cash. Order less, cook more. Cancel any unwanted subscriptions and memberships. Switch to online banking and avoid account maintenance fees. Apply for a Kotak811 zero balance savings account.

Start saving - It takes time to save for your goals, but don’t be discouraged. Start saving on a monthly basis. Try to set aside a minimum of 20% of your income every month in a savings account.

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Make savings a priority - Savings should be a priority as it takes time to save for your goals. So, make it a habit to save before you spend. When you get your paycheck, save first and then do anything else.

A busy lifestyle and expenses can make it hard to save money. However, a savings fund will serve to keep you out of any financial stress.

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