Chances are there’s a finance related goal on your New Year’s Resolutions list this year.
Maybe it’s to save up for a house deposit. Perhaps you’re eyeing off a new car or a holiday. Or maybe you just want to pay off some debt or simply stop living paycheck to paycheck.
A Japanese money trick may help you get there.
Called Kakeibo, the money saving technique has been around for over 100 years and it’s surprisingly simple which is probably why more and more financially savvy people are swearing by it. Used properly, users claim it can cut your spending by up to 35 per cent.