If you were asked to think back through your own life, and name the one item that topped the list of money management tips, what would it be? We would get many different answers on that question, but the one that tops the list, is create an emergency fund.
Many individuals ask why? There are so many “emergencies” in life that can happen. An unexpected root canal, extensive car repairs, a home large appliance dies, or even worse, you could lose your job. If you don’t have the cash to cover these items, many look to a credit card or even a personal loan, to cover it.
Getting Out Of Debt Faster By Using These Simple Budgeting Tips
Budgeting is one of the most effective ways to prevent debt overload, but can also be used when getting out of debt. Budgeting doesn’t cost a dime, but does require commitment and a strong ability to rise above the temptation to buy unnecessary items.
In a nutshell, budgeting teaches consumers to spend less than they earn. Unfortunately, many Americans are not familiar with the term ‘household budget’ or the concept of living within their financial means. Failure to spend less than earned often results in massive credit card debt, real estate foreclosure, and personal bankruptcy. View full post…
Learn How Our Budgeting Tips Can Assist You in Creating a Budget That Works
Yes, we know that budgeting has a bad reputation with many individuals. However, our 5 budgeting tips should make it a bit easier for you in creating a budget. So many individuals have a pre-conceived idea that a budget means calculating hundreds of difficult sums and spending many hours each week tracking every single cent they spend. They think it means being forced to stay at home and never having any fun.
The truth is nothing like this at all. Below are 5 budgeting tips that will prove this idea is wrong.
Online budgeting software has worked for many individuals. However, as you learn how to manage your money, you’ll find that there are numerous methods that work. Some folks like the online method and others prefer software on their own computer.
Some say they don’t like a budgeting software program at all, and would rather use a spreadsheet. Some individuals who have tried it said that they had more questions that actual solutions. By far, the biggest complaint was that a user seemed to not have control of their finances.
Reading blogs about budgeting can help singles and families to find more creative ways to stick to a personal budget. The current economy has been an unstable one for a few years in a row and this leads to more and more individuals and households taking extra measures to learn how to budget your money and do their best to stick to them.
Many individuals live paycheck to paycheck and some are not always certain if they will have a job next month or next year.
As more businesses continue to close and the unemployment rate continually goes through a roller-coaster ride, sticking to a personal budget makes more sense now than ever for many individuals. View full post…
Posted: September 17, 2016 Under: Budgeting By: Gust Lenglet
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