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Why you need to save money? Specially NOW during Covid-19 pandemic!

Yes, that's right. It is time for you to think and decide wisely. Time to save more money and spend less. The present pandemic of covid-19 hit us hard in every aspect of life. In the coming days we will be facing a number of problems, even to earn for our own livelihood, it will be difficult.
State and central government has been spending lots of fund to protect and fight against the pandemic. If it goes on like this for a couple of more months or for a year, it imposes a serious threat to all of our existence.
You must have heard about the global issue related to this. Many people who earn their livelihood on daily work permit has lost their jobs. 
So, now is the right time for you to consider about your expenses and become a little concern about it. 
Spend on things which is absolutely required and stay away from things which is not required at all. Being thrifty will help you in the long run. 
Let's dive in and see how can we save money considering the present situation. As far …
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