Five Reasons Why Everyone Should Have a Budget


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6 Responses

  1. Elizabeth says:

    I think following a budget requires discipline but is doable when you keep the end goal in mind. Many things that are good for you are hard: running, eating correctly,etc. discipline in general is hard and I think that budgeting is totally doable when you approach it with a positive attitude.

  2. Patti says:

    I can’t imagine living without a budget. Money seems to disappear if you don’t keep track of it. I like what you said about making your money work for you, as your employee.

  3. Budgeting for the first time is a really eye opening experience, especially if you generally are unaware of how much money you are throwing away on various things each month. If more people checked Mint or Personal Capital and saw their average Starbucks spending, they may be a little more willing to start budgeting.

    • Hero says:

      So true! I’ll never forget opening my checking statement after my first month of bachelor living following college. I spent almost $100 at Starbucks. It was an eye-opener!

  1. April 7, 2016

    […] At this point, you should realize that you can’t afford to go another month without a budget. It could be the difference between one day reaching financial freedom and remaining in bondage to debt. It could leave you trapped working a job you hate just to pay the bills. It could diminish your happiness. If you don’t feel urgency and understand the importance of a budget, thus requiring more convincing , start here. […]

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