How to face the crisis from the family economy?

However, there is nothing more distressing for families that face every day when shopping and found that the budgeted money no longer fits. Frankly, it’s disappointing and frustrating as well. What’s going on?

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What is happening is that we are in what economists call an inflationary spiral. This means a consistent, continuous and widespread price rises; what causes it? Various causes not detail now because what matters is how do deal with it?

Combat inflationary spiral is hard and difficult and involves being prudent, responsible and above all proactive. Here are some steps that can help you cope with the crisis.

  • Create a budget. Calculate your cost of living: food, education, basic services, transportation, housing, health, recreation.
  • Set priorities. Reflect. Are there any costs of my home that I can suspend or restrict?.
  • Check the available resources. Necessity is the mother of science. Ask yourself. Do I have skills or investments that could be better used?
  • Avoid harmful debt. Do not be seduced or use your credit cards compulsively.
  • Educate yourself permanently. There are so many forms of communication and training today. Ask yourself what I’ve always wanted to do that would change my life?
  • Consult a good professional. Even the most wise and powerful have someone to advise and guide. Follow the principle of grandfather. Even more adults have something to offer us something have reached that age.

Find financial freedom, try to make the money work for you, invest responsibly, pay your taxes and live a life where priority needs are covered. Manage your life as the best example you can give to those around you. Finally, every crisis is temporary. It is true. The adage that there is no evil that lasts a hundred years and no body can resist it, it is true but meanwhile give a brave face.