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Most affordable cities in the world

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And one of the best ways people can do to keep the "financial health" is to reduce or at least "hold" monthly expenses not to exceed monthly revenue / income. …

And one of the best ways people can do to keep the "financial health" is to reduce or at least "hold" monthly expenses not to exceed monthly revenue / income.

This is just the information about the 10 cheapest cities in the world
http://cityexpose.com/2013/04/10-most-affordable-cities-in-the-world/

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  • 1. Too expensive justfor a primary need?
  • 2. What is the solution? Increasethe income? Reduce monthlyexpenses?
  • 3. Increase the income is the bestsolution, but if it cant be done,what can be done?
  • 4. Reducing spending is a thingthat can be done. But, how?
  • 5. Reducing the "unnecessary" needs, such as theprice of the same food that is too expensive, tooexpensive transportation costs, too expensivehome / apartments rent cost, the cost ofelectricity, telecommunication, gas, water, etc.that could be reduced.
  • 6. If you live in a big city, with big income (forexample) 10,000 usd per month, and yourmonthly expenses (for example) 6,000-7,000 usdper month (just to meet basic needs such as rentapartment / simple house, meals, transportation,utility bills, etc.
  • 7. And compare if you live in a small town, forexample, you "just" get 4.000 usd per month, andyou are spending approximately 1,000-1,500 usdper month, which do you choose?
  • 8. Lifestyle and life is almost the same, just to rent ahome, food, utility bills, transportation, etc. Theamount of your net profit is also almost the same.Although "seems" your income is very big in thebig city, but you are also spending more.
  • 9. And then? Income as in the bigcity, but spending like a smalltown.
  • 10. The greater your income, monthly expensesshould remain (at least) or smaller (better) (atleast for basic needs), it is a thing that can (andshould) be done.
  • 11. And now, lets talk about the10 most affordable cities in the world. Thank you

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