The best message you receive every month is when your mobile reflects that your salary has been credited.
What is the first thing you do once you get your salary? Do you start spending immediately or do you start calculating all the bills and household expenses you have to take care of?
If your entire salary is completely exhausted on expenses then you are just making a living for your expenditure.
How about you stop thinking about all your expenses for a while and look at how your salary can pay you in return?
Are you wondering how will this be possible?
This is possible if you make the right investment at the right time.
Savings are what you pay yourself out of the money you earn. It could be a few thousand or it could be 20%-30% of your salary. If you invest a certain amount regularly for a longer duration, the magical power of compounding combined with good market performance will help you reap maximum wealth. Your salary will not just remain stashed up in a bank but it will grow all by itself. You can also get timely additional boosts for your investments with a plan that provides additional allocation for staying invested.
That’s the first step towards living for yourself rather than for your expenses.
So starting this month, let your salary earn all by itself rather than merely funding your expenses by choosing a savings plan.
Siddhant Dubey - Writer & Photographer
Siddhant works as a freelance content writer who is interested in a wide range of spheres from photography and personal finance to cooking. He is also an aspiring photographer striving to showcase life around him through his vision.