How to deal with rising inflation
These tips come recommended by personal finance experts
If lately you’re feeling like your budget is tight, there’s good reason for it. In 2022, the inflation rate is the highest it's been since the early '80s, and it looks like the rising prices of consumer goods are here to stay. Such huge inflation spikes contribute to market volatility and economic instability, creating turmoil in the traditional stock market. There's also a pretty good chance that your salary hasn't increased at the same rate as inflation, so it's no wonder your budget might be feeling a little tighter!
But don't despair. Here are some proven tips you can keep in mind to stretch your money and be able to afford the things you need.
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