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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.
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Freelancers determine how much to pay in income taxes each quarter by using a percentage of their income. For my husband and me, it’s 25% of what we bring home after subtracting our business-related expenses.
Thinking about our dream house has been exciting, but the process of saving for a down payment hasn’t been all sunshine and roses. We’ve had to make sacrifices and come to terms with what we can realistically afford.