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Financial Advice You Want to Make Your Clients Stay Away From

Ever heard of someone who didn’t want a luxurious life? Sounds laughable, right? But the truth is that while most people crave to swim in money, accumulating wealth isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Most people never learn to manage their finances properly, and that’s why, while they may have a simple backyard, their neighbors end up having a plush garden and an expensive car parked in front.


Unsplash | Financial management is challenging for many, but it can get easy if one follows these tips

As a financial manager, to ensure that your clients don’t start getting green with envy, you have to guide them in the right direction per their financial capabilities. And one of the best things you can do is tell them to stay away from the following awful money decisions:

Believing that there are no bad days

Some people do believe every day is Christmas. It may sound overly naïve, but people often assume that money will keep coming in at the end of every month. And when they believe nothing can go wrong with their current employment, they start spending lavishly.

Consequently, they end up with minimal or zero reserves. If you see your clients walking down this path, hold them by the shoulders and shake them into their senses. Or you could, of course, try this the nice way! The bottom line should be to make them understand that a good reserve is an excellent backup for everyone.


Unsplash | Having an emergency fund is the wisest thing you can do

Using credit cards without thinking twice

Spending money is probably everyone’s favorite thing to do. As such, some of your clients could love fooling around with their credit cards. They could easily forget about their credit limits and overshoot with impulsive expenditure. As a financial manager, it’s your job to intervene in such situations. You have to warn and save them from incurring massive debts that could ruin their lives.

Read – How to Use a Credit Card Wisely 

“If I want it, I’ll get it”

It’s funny how some people don’t have mercy on their salary. They believe they can be frivolous and buy whatever they want, without thinking a bit about saving. While it may sound dreamy and exciting, “living in the present” can take a heavy toll on their future. Not just that, they could pay heavily for such carelessness in case of emergencies. Lest your clients face such a thing, advise them to watch their expenses. Help them inculcate budgeting practices and better manage their pockets.

Read – 10 Easy Ways to Cut Your Expenses 


Unsplash | Budgeting can help you save while spending wisely

The bottom line

Look at your fingers and tell us if they’re equal. You can see for yourself that they aren’t. If your clients compare themselves with affluent people around them, in a fit of envy, they may make decisions that could hurt them in the future. You need to be their guiding light. Tell them to reduce their expenses and save some cash, or they may not be able to live a luxurious life they want.

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