Expert Author: Brandon Schmid | Category: Dating
Have you ever spent way more money than anticipated on a date trying to make a positive first impression or re-kindle an old flame? Here's three tips on budgeting I use when I try to be responsible and manage my money while planning romantic outings without appearing cheap.
Do you believe in the relationship between the mind and money? If you are still in debt there's a reason for that. Part of learning how to manage money is also learning how your mind plays a significant role in the financial results you are currently achieving. If you follow this one simple equation and other tips on budgeting you will be well on your way to training your brain for financial success.
I'm going to focus on how to manage money as it relates your fuel economy. As a side note, I think it's important for you to have a good quality budget set up so that you have a pre-determined spending goal on gas. You can look in google for tips on budgeting and other budget tools, or check our resource link for a comprehensive budget spreadsheet. Here are the 3 tips I think are most practical
The word 'mortgage' actually derives from two different languages. The French 'mort' translates to 'dead' and 'gage' comes from Old English and means 'pledge'. So in short, the word 'mortgage' actually translates to a 'pledge until death'. Scary huh? The last I checked, there are not too many things I want to be committed to forever aside from my wife, and that's mostly because I know she is reading this. Love you honey!
There were many things I wanted and wished I could have but my mothers problems with debt always made my wants an unlikely dream. Because I was just a child, I couldn't understand why she didn't give me the world or why our birthday presents were handmade or why we would sometimes 'skip' lunch. Obviously today I understand what she went through. Sadly her situation is not an uncommon one and people don't follow proper tips on budgeting.
It's no secret that having children can be one of the most exciting, daring, enjoyable and frustrating things any adult will ever do. It's also a pretty well known fact that kids are very, very expensive. With the cost of diapers summer camp, football, dance class, clothes food and college (just to name a few), your standard of living will change. Below are a few tips on budgeting to help you learn about your kids and how to manage money.
In the previous post, I wrote about the importance of having an emergency fund. Today, we'll go over a few of the quick tips I give my consulting clients when I give tips on budgeting and teach them personal finance basics regarding starting their emergency fund. I'll discuss budgeting, goal setting, and automating your emergency fund.
In the previous post on household saving tips I wrote about conserving water. This post will focus on your electric bill. We'll go over some personal finance basics regarding on of your larger utility bills. Hydro bills are especially high in the summer, with air conditioners raging. If you're in the north and have baseboard heaters, you'll find that hydro bills skyrocket in the winter as well. Here's three tips on budgeting to help reduce your hydro bill.
As a financial consultant, I've coached many people on why emergency funds are important. You can get more information by searching google, or check our resource links for budget spreadsheets and other financial calculators. In the previous post you learned important personal finance basics about starting an emergency fund like budgeting, goal setting and automation. Today I'll give you three quick tips on budgeting to help you decide where to start your emergency fund.
I will save you the time of reading the entire article to find out the single greatest way to reduce your transportation costs, so here are the tips on budgeting: Downsize. I know you may be a little disappointed to hear that this is the big tip but I like simple, and simple usually saves you money. Consider the following example...