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Do’s and Don’ts for the First Time Budgeter

Do’s and Don’ts for the First Time Budgeter

Making the decision to start budgeting is one of the first steps to getting your finances in order and keeping them there. But sometimes it’s easier said than done. After all, there are several steps to the budgeting process. In addition, you can find financial advice from many different sources, some of which contradict one another. To help sort everything ... Read More »

4 Reasons Why Seasonal Budgeting May Work for You

4 Reasons Why Seasonal Budgeting May Work for You

When you think about crafting a budget for your household, you probably think first about doing so on a monthly basis. That makes a lot of sense, of course. After all, most of your bills come in on a monthly schedule, so it makes sense to track your spending using this unit of time. However, there are some drawbacks to ... Read More »

4 Reasons You Might Need More Than One Budget

Why You Might Need More Than One Budget

Knowing where your money goes is important. This is where a budget can come in handy! Budgets are great for helping you see where your money goes and how you spend your money. They can be as complicated or as easy as you make them. It does take discipline to make a budget work, but once they do work the possibilities ... Read More »

4 Reasons Millennials May Have Trouble Budgeting

4 Reasons Millennials May Have Trouble Budgeting

According to many studies, Millennials seem to have trouble creating or sticking with a budget. Unfortunately, this also means that other areas of their lives may be suffering as well. Millennials who don’t have a solid budget and financial foundation may not be saving for retirement as they ought to either. But why do Millennials have trouble budgeting? Is it that ... Read More »

How to Budget for Your First Car

How to Budget for Your First Car

Acquiring your first car is a big step in your financial life. Most likely, your first car is going to be a used model, but that doesn’t matter. What’s important is that you are able to pay for it, and that it can get you around town successfully from day to day. Of course, you don’t want to get in ... Read More »