New Year’s resolutions get a lot of flack. But making important changes is easier when you attach meaning to them. The new year is a perfect opportunity for a fresh start.
Understanding your spending is the first step to gaining more control over your finances.
Here are five habits that lay the groundwork toward financial confidence, one tiny victory at a time.
Keeping track of your travel credits and refunds from canceled vacations is much easier with a spreadsheet. Here are tips and a link to a free template to help.
Overall the snowball method is recommended as real-world data suggests people pay off debt faster with this strategy.
Picking a healthcare plan during open enrollment is about as fun as going to the doctor. However, a simple spreadsheet can help you find a plan best for you.
Finances in a marriage can be complicated - especially when both partners earn income via freelance work. Here's how one couple uses spreadsheets to manage it.
Budgeting with someone you can’t stand is all about knowing when and how to compromise. Here are some of the most common situations and how to handle them.
Here are a few ways to track your HSA spending with a spreadsheet, plus tips on why it’s so important to keep accurate records.
People with chronic diseases have to put a larger share of their salary toward their condition, so their financial management skills have to be better as well.
Whether you’re planning a small wedding or a 300-person blowout, you need a spreadsheet to keep your budget on track. Weddings are notoriously expensive, complicated and time-consuming to plan - so using a dedicated spreadsheet can keep you from melting down under the stress.
In 2020, one job just isn’t enough. Everyone seems to have an extra source of income, whether it’s driving for Uber, selling crafts on Etsy or performing small jobs on TaskRabbit. It’s the age of the side hustle. But unlike…