Tip#1: Start Saving Now! There are things that you cannot predict or control to happen. You might have a god job right now but you will never know if you are going to lose your job. How are you going to survive for your daily living? How about your bills and other financial obligations? What about those people close to you who are relying for your salary? Most people often neglect to save and will just realize its importance if they are already in the midst of financial burden. If you don’t have any savings yet, now is the time to make it a habit. Just start in a small percentage of your salary, you will be surprised how it could accumulate into a huge amount.
Tip#2: Good Investments to Survive the Recession. There are several things where you could put some of your extra money. You could save them and you could also invest some of it. One good investment would be on stocks. During economic recession, the value of stocks decreases because investors deviate from riskier investments. It would then be the right time to buy good companies’ stocks especially if they reach low values. This could earn you a lot once the economy starts to kick off based on high stock dividends and share value.
Another good investment would be on low-value properties. Like for example in the US, the good properties here are houses wherein the demands for these are going down making the value drop. If you can afford, buy, develop and sell it.
Tip#3. Items on Sale. A business minded person will look for items that he could sell on discounted prices. During the time of economic crisis, most consumers will look for the cheapest item. So try looking for items that you no longer use. One’s trash may be one’s treasure. You could also look for shops or stores that sell bargain goods; it is a good way to cut off your expenses. Either way, items for sale could earn or save you money, a very useful tip to survive the recession.
To survive the recession, each of us should be prepared from the start. We don’t have to wait for it to happen first before we do some actions. We may not prevent or control it, but we could lessen the burden it could bring to our lives.