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Spending & Saving
So you want to: Get your finances under control, Pay off all of your debts, Start investing, And eventually reach financial independence. With a to-do list like that, where the heck do you start? Don’t worry! I’ve got you covered! Introducing… The Level Up Roadmap to Financial Independence! Whether you’re at the very beginning of …
I knew from the second I walked in the front door, and the sunlight from the front windows lit up the living room. This was it. This was my first home. And this is the moment I have cursed myself about for years since. Unfortunately, everything went wrong from there.
Let’s talk about 10 easy tips that will save you THOUSANDS on your upcoming wedding so you can invest your hard-earned dollars elsewhere!
What is an emergency fund? Do I need an one? How much money should I have in an emergency fund? And where should I be saving my emergency fund? Keep reading for the answers to all of your emergency fund questions!
A sinking fund is money that you’ve set aside for situations that are large, expected, and irregular. This sinking fund will prevent you from overspending your monthly budget or draining your emergency fund for an expense you saw coming.
What is your budget for Black Friday? How about Cyber Monday? Do you have a spending plan to make sure your big shopping savings doesn’t put you in debt for the rest of the year? If you’re going to shop on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, keep reading for ways to plan ahead, save your money, and make it through the rest of the year with your savings intact.
In a nutshell, Budgeting is just assigning a job to every dollar you make. Sounds easy enough, right? It really is! Lets start from the beginning! Welcome to Budgeting 101!