With a zero-based budget, your job is to put your goals first by getting rid of or cutting the expenses you don’t need. Every time you sit down to write your budget, you assess what you need to keep or let go of in order to win with money.
There are benefits to using a pen and paper budget over other types. Here are some reasons why a pen and paper budget could be the way to go for you.
You can continue to learn and grow by constantly reviewing your budget and asking some key questions. This article gives you four questions to ask to help you level up your money management skills.
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Challenge yourself to go for the dreams that seem out of reach. If you start thinking of excuses for why you can’t reach your goal, get specific.
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Budgeting works for those who work at it. Sometimes, though, we struggle to maintain our budgets. Despite our best efforts we fall off, losing sight of our financial plans in favor of an appetizing short-term goal. This happens to all of us at one time or another, and it’s not the end of the world.Continue reading “3 Signs You’re about to Fall off Your budget”
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