Are you left wondering why you’re spending more each month than you earn?
You’re not alone!
Our infographic below gives 12 debt-forming habits that add up over time and how they can be prevented in order for you to fully reach your financial happiness. Too many subscriptions? Good thing you’ve landed on this page!
Let us know if you’re guilty of any of the habits below on our Twitter and Facebook page, or if you have any others to share.
Bad Money Habit 1. Putting It All On Credit
Bad Money Habit 2. Bad Bill Management
Bad Money Habit 3. Impulse Spending
Bad Money Habit 4. Too Many Subscriptions
Bad Money Habit 5. Not Knowing What’s Coming In And What’s Going Out
Bad Money Habit 6. Neglecting Your Savings
Bad Money Habit 7. Buying Clothes You Never Wear
Bad Money Habit 8. Letting Debt Build Up
Bad Money Habit 9. Ignoring Coupons and Deals
Bad Money Habit 10. Not Writing A Food Shopping List
Bad Money Habit 11. Ignoring Money Problems
Bad Money Habit 12. Not Making New Habits
Sometimes bad money habits that prevent your financial happiness are created due to the issues highlighted above. However, building up debt is not always as a result of poor spending and lifestyle choices.
Ready to reach your financial happiness?
Trust Deed Scotland are the Number 1 debt advice company, and we’re owned and located in Scotland.
We’ve helped over 20,000 people from multiple backgrounds, and ethnicities. No one should feel embarrassed about accruing debts, it is how we deal with them going forward that will define the rest of our lives. Whatever your financial happiness looks like to you, we’re here to help you achieve that
If you need help with your unaffordable debts, give us a call on 0141 221 0999. Our advisors will go through your options and understand that although everyone we speak to has the same overarching issue, the route that those people took came from many directions.
Whether you’re looking for a Trust Deed in Glasgow, or a Debt Arrangement Scheme in Aberdeen or a MAP Sequestration in Edinburgh, we’re here to talk you through all your options and to advice you on how to achieve a life after debt.
If you do something about your debt today, you don’t need to worry about it tomorrow.