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4 Simple Tips To Budget Your Money

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4 Simple Tips To Budget Your Money

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  1. 4 Tips To Budget YOUR Money LifeandDebtBook.com | Leslie Tayne

  2. 5 Tips To Budget Your Money The simple 5 Tips To Budget Your Money You may find that after scouring the internet to find tips on how to budget your money, you will quickly begin to howl in frustration as you may be overwhelmed by the vast amount of information you will find. http://lifeanddebtbook.com/five-tips-to-budget-your-money/ LifeandDebtBook.com | Leslie Tayne

  3. Know Where To Start With Your Debt You are probably reading this because you may be a little lost on where to start. However, getting started isn’t hard. If you are willing to make changes to the way you spend money and are committed to budgeting, then you will see how easy it can be and how much you can save each month. LifeandDebtBook.com | Leslie Tayne

  4. Don’t Be Scared of Budgeting Why are so many people are afraid of the word budget? Because for many, budgeting may have the connotation as being limiting and strict. It is understandable that having restrictions doesn’t sound like much fun, but there are ways you can stay on budget without having to sacrifice enjoyment. LifeandDebtBook.com | Leslie Tayne

  5. Life & Debt Quote: “Budgeting has only one rule: Do not go over budget.” It’s that simple. It takes discipline, but if you are serious about budgeting, you will live by this rule.

  6. How To Budget Your Money First and foremost, before we get into all the tips to budget your money, you will need to know exactly what a budget is. A budget simply lists the money you have coming in and how much is going out to your expenses each month. The very first step in budgeting is to create a budget and get it down on paper or in a notebook. LifeandDebtBook.com | Leslie Tayne

  7. 1. Assess Your Income Versus Expenses Assess Your Income Versus Expenses Net income is the amount of money you are left with after all deductions have been taken out. Your monthly net income should also include pensions, dividends, or any other supplemental income that you have coming in. Once you establish the amount of money you have coming in each month, then it’s time to list your expenses. Your expenses should consist of these three categories: fixed, variable and discretionary. LifeandDebtBook.com | Leslie Tayne

  8. 2. Make Adjustments Make Adjustments As mentioned in the previous tips to budget your money, you may have to “trim the fat” so to speak if you find that your budget is a bit tight. This is where you need to take a deeper look into how much money is going towards discretionary items every month. If you find that your expenses are exceeding your income, this is where you need to trim the discretionary items that you are spending money on. Tally up that figure then adjust your budget accordingly and cut back. For example, you spend $10 each day on lunch. Just by bringing lunch every day could save you $200 each month. LifeandDebtBook.com | Leslie Tayne

  9. 3. Set Realistic Budgeting Goals Set Realistic Budgeting Goals Goals are key in helping you stay motivated as you now have something to look forward to. If you give yourself a small financial goal to start off with, it will serve as a short-term reward and will keep you encourage. For example, your goal is to save an extra $100 each month towards a vacatio. Setting goals make budgeting fun and stress-free! LifeandDebtBook.com | Leslie Tayne

  10. 4. Revisit Your Budget Regularly Revisit Your Budget Regularly Once you have started budgeting, make it a habit to visit your budget regularly. It’s a good idea to revisit your budget regularly because life, in general, is always changing. For example, you may have incurred a new debt such as a car loan or a mortgage, or your spouse lost their job. LifeandDebtBook.com | Leslie Tayne

  11. The Wrap Up With or without changes, it’s always a good habit to make sure you aren’t’ getting off track and losing sight of your financial goals. By sticking to these tips to budget your money, you will see how fast your savings will grow and how you can feel confident that your financial life is in order. Read the full post here: http://lifeanddebtbook.com/five-tips-to-budget-your-money/ LifeandDebtBook.com | Leslie Tayne

  12. Change Your Relationship With Debt & Change Your Life This book is about learning to live with and love your debt, so you can finally be debt-free.  Whether you are recovering from past debt, trying to keep from getting into more debt or going through a life transition, the lessons in this book explain in simple terms how to properly manage your debt. From nearly two decades of experience in the industry, leading debt authority Leslie Tayne has finally written the ultimate real-world guide for anyone with debt. Or click here to visit Amazon

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