Good Financial Reads: Budgeting Basics

Budgeting Basics

Debt Management: Snowflakes, Snowballs, and Avalanches, Oh My!

by Britton Gregory, Seaborn Financial, LLC

Whether you're drowning in student loan debt or just pondering whether to finish paying off your house, most folks these days have to address the issue of debt. While debt's not a bad thing in and of itself, there are a few issues that can make it a knotty problem.

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Four Ways to Improve Your Budget

by Daniel Stous, Flagstone Financial Management

Budgeting can be a real drag. Even the thought of the term can bring tears of boredom or guilt to the most frugal of all spenders. Often times, budgeting can feel restrictive and time-consuming for little benefit, but if done right, budgeting can free you to be able to make the purchases that are most important to you.

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Gifting Graduates with Financial Well-Being

by Michael Rivas, Bienvenue Wealth LLC

Pomp and circumstance. Caps and gowns. Weekend celebrations full of laughs, maybe a few tears, and plenty of cake. Yes, graduation season is officially upon us.

Whether your graduate is leaving high school and planning for college, or your grad is finally earning that college degree and preparing for post-grad life, you undoubtedly want to acknowledge their hard work with a meaningful gift. And what could be more meaningful than setting them on the path of financial wellness?

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Calculate Your Spending Without A Budget

by Michelle Smalenberger, Financial Design Studio, Inc.

Let’s talk about something that most people like to do – Spend money. Let’s also talk about something not everyone wants to do – keep a budget…

If I were to ask you this question, “How much do you spend?” Would you be able to answer it? And how you answer it will really affect if this video is helpful for you.

“I Don’t Keep A Detailed Track Of What I’m Spending Each Month.”

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