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.
With Google Sheets’ IMPORTRANGE formula, you can import data across multiple spreadsheets. Here's how you to use this powerful yet simple formula for budgeting.
We live in a consumption-first society. As a result, household debt has increased while savings has decreased. In fact, the median savings account balance in America is only $4,830, which is sufficient to cover only 1 month of the average…
Google Sheets makes collaborating on a budget easy. Here are five tips to help you get started.
Whether you’re new to budgeting or have been doing it for years, these three quick steps will guide your budgeting program toward success.
Budgeting can free you from stress, confusion, and uncertainty, and give you the confidence to manage major (or even minor) life changes.
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.
You only need to know a few Google Sheets formulas for budgeting and personal finance to transform your spreadsheets into the ultimate tool for managing money.
Traditionally, the envelope method involves making categories for all your expenses, writing those categories on a bunch of envelopes, then putting a set amount of cash inside each envelope each paycheck. You only spend from those envelopes. When you take money out for expenses, you can see exactly how much is left.
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.