Life Goals, Budgeting and a Spending Plan
There are three critical pieces of the puzzle when it comes to life goals, budgeting and a spending plan. The budget needs to be aligned with your life goals. A spending plan is needed that’s aligned with the budget. Finally, you need to know how much money is really available for spending at any given time. If any piece is missing, your budget and life goals are at risk.
Reading, Writing and Arithmetic
Reading, writing and arithmetic. Your kids can finish elementary school knowing how to communicate effectively and how to budget.
Budgeting and Brain-teasers
What matters when it comes to budgeting is keeping the brain nimble to make the budgeting experience a little less painful and a lot more productive.
Another Benefit of Having a Budget
Having a budget and a spending plan is a good idea in general. However, there is another benefit of having a budget and spending plan. You’ll have the information you need to get back on track if you are the victim of identity theft, a cyber attack, stolen credit card information, an internet service interruption or a job loss.
Waste Not Want Not
Hobbies are a fun way to put the “waste not want not” principal into action. Crafts. Cooking. Preserve a favorite pair of jeans you don’t want to toss out.
Budgeting Homework for Young People
Budgeting homework for young people helps them learn about the cost of living, setting priorities and making choices.