Spending and Saving

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"Comparative Analysis on the Savings Behavior of Public and Private Tertiary Students in Batangas City"
People’s savings decision is rationally based on their economic situation and preferences. Saving money is a hard task to accomplish though it always gives an impression that when things came up, there goes your savings. We cannot deny the fact that saving money is cornerstone of the successful money management plan. Without savings, you cannot expect to survive if something goes wrong. That is why we have to give emphasis on the development of having a good saving habit. If there is always an attitude of savings individuals would not worry about their future expenses even if uncertain things come especially with resource to finance. There are many ways on how people can save and develop a savings habit. .

Moreover, due to the culture of the Filipinos, the Batangueños or the residents of Batangas City wanted to make a change for a better future. It is due to the reason that having fun in spending their money for unreasonable reasons or occasions like fiestas, birthdays and the likes would decrease their savings. They need to have the knowledge on how to save money for their own benefits in case of emergencies or immediate needs of funds. People in Batangas City wanted to learn the proper way of saving their money and adopting a savings habit.

Thus, the study is conducted to determine the savings behavior of tertiary students in public and private institutions in Batangas City.

This study aims to describe the attitudes of college students towards money and their savings. The researchers chose this topic because they do believe that saving money is really important. Some of the reasons why saving money is important has something to do with security and safety, while other reasons deals…...

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