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Warren Buffett, a great American an American business magnate, investor, speaker, says, β€œDon’t save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after savings”. Got this quote when browsing Internet to find saving advice for young people. We decided to collect money saving advice from blogs, forums... to share with you. Hope some of them help or encourage you to archive saving goals. Shoping Start up a…

Are you familiar to #hashtag on social media like Twitter or Instagram? It enables users to generate their own tags and easily find posts that have been tagged with a hashtag such as #bluesky, #richkids or #foodie, etc. We think it's cool idea to bring it to Money Lover because it could make you simply find and organize daily transactions. This feature is available on both Android & iOS and…

Do you know that you can add a new budget quickly for a specific spending category? πŸ€” It's simple when you go to transaction detail if there is no budget for this category. This feature is available on both Money Lover's Android and iOS version. After budget created, you now are able to see how much you have left to spend in your plan. Recommendation: We suggest that you should plan…

Old way to track your expenses daily. Are you tracking your daily expenses with a excel file? Many people used spreadsheet too before switching to other method to control and organize their finances. You can download or access to online sheet or set up yourself a template such as main categories, income/ expenses reports, etc. Then you log to it daily when ever you open your computer like be picture…

How to use money wisely and have a happy life is a big question of millions people, especially the young with low or middle income. 50/30/20 may help you to put your budget on the control. 1. What's 50-30-20? 50-30-20 is a super-simple rule to plan your monthly budgets with THREE major categories. Needs - 50% are essential things you need for your life (or survival) such as…