Beginner Budgeting Tips

Finance in Heels

How many time have someone has said that they couldn’t buy something whatever they want, but the next week or next Monday because it’s paycheck? (they are living paycheck to paycheck

I heard this sentence twice a week, and I don’t talk to a lot of people. This really makes me think that we should teach young adults more about budgeting than mathematic in school. And this makes me want to write this article.To help people like me before with no clue where to star and how to do a budget.

There is an epidemic of people just surviving paycheck to paycheck. I’m using the word surviving because that it’s what it’s, they’re surviving with what is left of their salary until the next one come. And this needs to stop, people need to stop living these ways.

“living paycheck to paycheck – it’s not really living anyway – it’s…

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Budgeting Like an Adult

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Young & Broke

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No one likes to keep track of their spending habits. It is scary and even I find myself shocked at how much I can spend while on a trip to the mall or even the grocery store. Not having a set budget can really hurt you when you are trying to keep some money in your savings account. How do you know how much you are spending? How much should you be spending? What will happen if you buy that gorgeous Dooney & Burke purse when you really just need groceries?

Sticking to your budget is hard. Trust me I’ve been there. But it is even more difficult to buy necessities when your bank account is at zero. I have found that keeping a budget shows me how much extra money I have that week or month so I know if I can afford to go…

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