I received an interesting infographic email today…today’s infographic was titled “Where Does The Money Go.” It’s an interesting little chart showing how the average consumer spends their paycheck. View a larger version here. What do you think? Are you close to average?
April 11, 2014
Where Does The Money Go?
By Heather S
About Heather S
Simply Save is about living a fabulous life at a cheaper price. It’s not about making drastic changes to your life and living so frugally that you give up things you enjoy; it’s about finding ways to maintain your current standard of living at a cheaper cost. We are all so busy in life that these money-saving ideas are designed to be simple and require minimal effort. I’m by no means a personal finance expert, so these are just some tips and tricks I’ve picked up here and there. Two other things you’ll find in my blog, are small touches of eco-friendly living, and ways to simplify your life. A little about myself: My name is Heather and I live in the Twin Cities in Minnesota. I work full time doing Human Resources and recently finished my MBA. I also juggle homeownership, training my puppy, and tackling my massive reading list. Side note: I am NOT paid to advertise for any of the companies I may post about. Be sure to follow on Facebook! View all posts by Heather S
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