You may have heard “You need to make a budget” so many times throughout your life that you equate it with “Eat your vegetables.”
However, formulating a spending plan doesn’t have to be as dull as a plate of uncooked kale.
Just think of it as a potential ticket to “financial freedom”: Once you’ve got a plan for your money, you won’t feel guilty about buying that new pair of shoes or enjoying a dinner out with friends; those expenses will just fit into your overall strategy.
Getting a handle on your money will also help enable you to set funds aside for your savings goals —everything from retirement to a new car to that vacation you’ve always hoped to take. Here’s how to jump in.
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