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Budgeting for Dummies: Your Guide to Becoming Budget Savvy

Budgeting for Dummies: Your Guide to Becoming Budget Savvy This “Budgeting for Dummies” article will help you learn to budget quickly and easily. And don’t be offended by the “dummies” term. Why? Just because you don’t know something, it doesn’t mean you’re dumb! After all, you can’t know what you haven’t learned. So you might not know about budgeting. But …


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5 Easy Steps to Create a Budget That Actually Works

5 Easy Steps to Create a Budget That Actually Works I had someone ask me recently, “How do I put together a budget?” The question made me realize that budgeting is not a clear process. Learning to successfully budget takes education. Also, it takes time, trial and error. Today I’ll show you some easy steps to create a budget that …


How Much Money Should You Really Pay in Rent?

How Much Money Should You Really Pay in Rent? How much you pay in rent depends on a number of factors. These include: Where you live/standard of living How much you currently make — or better yet, how much you have left when you pay off things like your student loan or car note Your preferred living arrangement Let’s discuss …

11 Recommended Budget Percentages by Category

11 Recommended Budget Percentages by Category One of the best ways to be successful with your money is to know where your money goes each month. Many people fall into financial trouble but don’t understand why. This is because they miss the basic financial management principle of budgeting. Making a budget and tracking your spending can feel a bit like …

5 Tips To Make Paying Off Your Student Loans Easier On Your Budget

5 Tips To Make Paying Off Your Student Loans Easier On Your Budget Robert Farrington is a paid influencer for Citizens Bank, N.A. All opinions and/or advice are his own. Budgeting is hard, whether you have student loan debt or not. But student loan debt just adds another wrinkle to your budget that you have to plan for. Paying too …

Are you and your partner financially compatible?

Are you and your partner financially compatible? The issue of money is a leading cause of friction, broken relationships and divorce, yet most couples fail to discuss their financial compatibility. We all have unique personalities that influence our attitude to budgeting, borrowing, spending, saving and investing. There are the scrooges that hate to spend at all on the one hand, …

The 50 Best Ways To Save Money In College And Live On A Tight Budget

The 50 Best Ways To Save Money In College And Live On A Tight Budget The idea of saving money in college might sound impossible – but it’s totally doable!  For most college students, this is the first time really having to budget and manage money on your own. You might not know all the tips and tricks to make …