There are four common types of budgeting methods :
- Incremental budgeting
Basically you take previous month's numbers (assuming your track your spending to the penny) and you add or subtract a percentage to obtain the next month's budget.
- Proportional Budgets
For example, in the 80/20 budget, you spend 80% of your income, and save 20%. In the 50/30/20 budget, you spend 50% on necessary items (needs), 30% on discretionary expenses (wants), and put 20% toward debt and savings.
- Value proposition budgeting
Paying yourself first puts the focus on your savings. That’s because you put money away at the beginning of the month, before you have a chance to spend it on anything.
- Zero-Sum Budget
This is exactly what it sounds like. At the end of the month, your budget should equal zero. That means that if you have $300 left at the end of the month, you need to give that $300 a job. Every dollar needs to be accounted for.
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Personally I suggest you mix Proportional Budget, The Envelope Budget and Zero-Sum Budget. This will gives you a pretty good general idea about where your is going (Proportional Budget), also you organize the portions into sections so your money is well spent (The Envelope Budget) and you know exactly where every cent will go (Zero-Sum Budget).