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75% of people polled are willing to change their behavior if it saves them money.
What are you willing to change for a better financial position?
94% of people believe that having a budget is useful,
however 50% don’t use any system to track their expenses.
More monopoly money is printed in a given year than money in the entire world.
Only 8% of the world’s currency is actual physical money. The majority of transactions are all done digitally so no physical currency exchanges hands.
The toll to make, administer and distribute the 1-cent coin was 1.99 cents and the cost for the 5-cent coin was 7.62 cents.
We asked you what budgeting means to you and what it would take for you to make the effort to invest in your future by taking budgeting more seriously. Here were your answers.
Irfan (NYC): Absolutely. A budget keeps things in perspective. Without a budget, I can’t manage well. I know I have x amount of money for an expense so a budget allows me to be more responsible and spend wisely. It brings awareness to what I spend. And I think budgeting is even more critical when you have a family. We started to budget when we got married, not when we had kids. It helped us identify critical areas of where our money went.
Matt (Orlando): Yes, but I think sticking to a budget is very difficult to do. I keep getting unexpected expenses that throw me off.
Dominique (Columbus):Yes, I believe having a budget is useful. I travel a lot and I have a set income. I do a daily budget to spend within my means and so that I don’t get into trouble.
Steve (Newark): Yes, It’s necessary. Helps you see what’s coming in and out. Gives you an idea of what you can save. Especially in my position with kids, things come up with school, for example. They get these surprise projects and I have to go out and spend money. So the budget helps me set up a cushion for unforeseen things like the school, house repairs and stuff like that.
Erin (NYC): If I will save $250-$500 a month, then yes, I am all ears and willing to change.
Patrick (L.A.): Yes, I would definitely change a habit or behavior if I could save money from doing that. In fact we have done so already. I use to drive a BMW before we had kids. When the first one was born, we were paying about an additional $400 for her school. But when the second child came along, I decided to sell the BMW and buy a much less expensive car. I had to change the BMW anyways, but we didn’t go for a new BMW. Instead we needed to keep the extra cash for our second child, so we changed our buying habit. A budget needs to be modified as you go. Every year, we review our budget and we make changes as we see fit.
Sara (Montreal): Yes. I would moderately change my behavior. I would reduce the amount of time I go out so that I can have more money with me.
Jim (Austin): Yes. I am willing to change any habit or behavior if it helps improve my cash position.
I don’t know 5%
Clearly this isn’t something most of us enjoy doing, but that’s why we created Opogy; to make the process easier and to help you take more control over your finances and your lives.