Creating budget categories in a budget helps to lump similar expenses together. Here's my list of categories - feel free to change it to reflect YOUR life!
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A sinking fund is a specific amount of money that you save each month - for a specific purpose. Here's a handy guide to sinking funds for beginners. Get started today!
Financial goals are objectives that you want to achieve with your money. But what is the best way to achieve these goals? By creating SMART goals! Here's how.
Here are 11 examples of financial goals – with a focus on a longer time line – that I’ve broken down into mid-term and long-term goals.
To help you create your own list, here are 11 examples of short-term financial goals. Review the list and adopt the ones that are relevant for your situation.
Everyone - including you - needs a budget. No, a budget isn’t about restricting your life – it’s about creating a plan that will allow you to prioritize your spending. Here's how to create a zero-based budget that fits your life.
What’s the first thing that you think about when you hear “create a budget and stick to it?” For many people, they think that having a budget means they can’t spend money. Wrong! Here are the top 10 personal budgeting challenges that you need to be aware of and how to avoid them.