In economics, the more money you owe, the more you are said to be leveraging. In a household budget sense, the focus turns to your benefit as the focus of your leverage. The more you can use the money you borrow to increase production, turnover dollars, and make ends...
I’m not saying that you deny those requests. I'm offering that those situations are to be included in the financial lifestyle. Address the reality that you have observed over time.
This is an important lesson. Corporations will often attempt to sell you on the fact that you can pay $140 total so that you don't have to pay $60. But, of course, that doesn't make financial sense.
Many people can't reduce by sacrifice, and it makes the goal of making more money their only option. The whole proposition of making more money has detrimental effects on other areas in their life.