With a zero-based budget, your job is to put your goals first by getting rid of or cutting the expenses you don’t need. Every time you sit down to write your budget, you assess what you need to keep or let go of in order to win with money.
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Challenge yourself to go for the dreams that seem out of reach. If you start thinking of excuses for why you can’t reach your goal, get specific.
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Budgeting can take a while to get right. It’s important to have patience with yourself and the process. It’s also important to understand that your budget will never be done: It’s a living document that grows and changes as you do. The more you learn, the more your budget should evolve. Additionally, your budget shouldContinue reading “5 Signs Your Budget is working”