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A Gen Z worker on an average salary has revealed her budgeting tips which she claims have saved her from being broke.
Hannah Koumakis, 24, from New Zealand, splits her monthly paycheck into 16 different accounts, including things like rent, groceries, clothes and travel costs.
'I'm on a very average salary, like I kid you not, it is below the New Zealand average,' she says in a now viral TikTok video with over 1.1 million views.
'But I still make it work and I still manage to save money for so many different things.'
An average salary in New Zealand is around $8,200 ($A7,580) a month or $97,300 ($A89,680) per year.
Ms Koumakis sets aside $788 ($A725) every month for 'flat money', which includes her rent, bills and groceries.
Her next biggest outgoing is $1,100 ($A1,013) per month towards the mortgage on her investment