Senior UK Judge concerned about court costs
Everyone is looking for ways to cut costs and improve the status of a savings account.
07:48 24 June 2013
The most senior UK judge is claiming that doing away with cross-examining a witness could reduce courts costs considerably. This might results in greater savings for those who use the court system.
Not everyone needs to worry about court proceedings, but many people do still worry about their savings. Here are a few ways to help you put money in your savings account.
- Splurging—make sure this is a controlled expenses. Set yourself a mini-budget so you know what you can spend during the month. Then you get to decide how you want to spend it. When you set up your splurge budget, make sure you leave other money available to put into a savings account, even if it’s a small amount, and then be sure to make the deposit.
- Gifts—whenever you receive gifts you don’t want, are duplicates, the wrong size, or that you just don’t need see if you can return it to the store and get some cash instead. Monetary gifts make this even easier because you just deposit it right away into your savings account. Many people will include gift receipts so you will have an easier time returning the gift.
- Overflow—if your home has too much in it, get rid of some of that overflow décor, furniture, and memorabilia by selling it online or taking it to local shops for some extra cash. You will probably love freeing up a little space in your home, and you’ll feel good about depositing a larger bit of money in your savings account.
- Free up funds—this is usually a little more difficult for people to accomplish. Whenever possible compare different available options to see if you can use a less expensive substitute. You’ll be pleasantly surprised by the amount you can put in a savings account after a month.