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Financial Toolkit – Lesson 4: Create Categories September 12, 2022

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Financial Toolkit – Lesson 3: Time to Snowball September 12, 2022

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Financial Tool Kit – Lesson 2: Track Your Categories September 12, 2022

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Financial Tool Kit – Lesson 1: Build a Better Budget September 12, 2022

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Financial Toolkit – Lesson 4: Create Categories

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There are as many budget methods as there are people. My hope is that I can help recommend ideas so that you will find the method that works for you.  To that goal, I thought I’d share a peak into my budget as an example.   I have four basic “spending” categories: mortgage, utilities, food and […]

Financial Toolkit – Lesson 3: Time to Snowball

Inflation hit a 40-year high of 9.1% in August 2022, further diminishing the American dollar and increasing the price of everything from gas to groceries. According to data from Lending Club, 61% of Americans are now living paycheck to paycheck. It doesn’t help that consumers are turning to their credit cards to help pay the […]

Financial Tool Kit – Lesson 2: Track Your Categories

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In the last post, I discussed tracking in place of formal budgeting,  Most budgets fail because people don’t track their expenses .  Well, congratulations!  You’re already one step ahead!  When I first began tracking, I was surprised at how much I was actually spending in some areas.  I decided I needed to move from tracking […]

Financial Tool Kit – Lesson 1: Build a Better Budget

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Inflation has hit a 40-year high of 9.1% in June 2022, diminishing the real value of your paychecks and increasing the price of everything from gas to groceries. According to Lending Club, nearly 60% of Americans are now living paycheck to paycheck. Inflation is affecting the American pocketbook, leading people to consider whether budgeting would […]

Be Aware of Online Dating Scams

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are trying online dating for the first time. Unfortunately, scammers are looking to take advantage of that. Especially during Valentine’s Day and the season of love, singles looking to make that special love connection via an online dating app need to be particularly aware of online romance scams. MatchGroup, […]

 

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