One of the main things that prevents people from consistently budgeting is how they perceive a budget. A budget is often looked that as a way to restrict spending or spend less money. However, a budget is simply a plan for your spending. The budget is a major piece of the plan to achieve financial goals. Is the plot of where your money should go in order to make progress with financial goals.
Budgeting does take some practice to get it right and, in the beginning, as in when you start using a budget or trying to become consistent with using a budget, a lot of questions will come up. There will be different scenarios regarding life events or your savings or your debt are how to handle certain situations that will come up.
That’s what I discuss in this episode: the top budgeting mistakes and questions that may be preventing you from successfully budgeting.
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