We should be more conscious of the choices we are making in exchange for convenience. Technology, services and products that save us time, provide broader access to solutions, satisfy our need for instant gratification, reduce effort or streamline processes can be very appealing.
However we also need to be aware of the downsides associated with minimizing effort and difficulty. What appears to be a “no-brainer” convenience may result in more harm than good to your finances.
Most people would automatically answer “no” to that question. Here, we’re going to look at some of the most obvious signs that you’re not earning enough, and that you need to do something about it.