At first, budgeting seems scary, like it's taking away your freedom. In reality, the reverse is true. Better yet, it’s surprisingly simple to make budgeting work for you.
The example of Tanja Hester shows it takes more than grit to achieve bold financial goals: you also need clear understanding of WHY these goals matter to you.
If you want to hugely increase the odds of achieving your financial goals - including paying off debt - consider sharing those goals with a partner.
Understanding your spending is the first step to gaining more control over your finances.
Quickly take control of financial stress by answering these 7 money questions. Get in touch with your financial life today and feel more confident moving ahead.
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Join us for a free live webinar to get guidance on how to get your sheet ready for the new year and tips on how to understand your spending trends over the last year so you can confidently plan for the year ahead.
By demonstrating gratitude and encouraging the happiness of another person, you’re likely to feel the warm and fuzzies, too.
Here's a free holiday gift tracker spreadsheet from Tiller Community Solutions to help you plan your giving, keep organized, and save you money.
Zero-sum budgeting means every dollar of income you bring in is accounted for. When you get your paycheck, you know exactly how much is going towards food, gas, entertainment, savings, etc. When you’re done budgeting, you have no money left over.
Budgeting gets all the attention, but careful expense tracking is how I feel confident and in control of my money.
Here are a few of our favorite gift ideas for the true spreadsheet nerd in your life. In other words, these are all gifts we want for ourselves.