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for questions that relate but are not limited to, budget planning, budgeting practices, budgeting software.

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can actually bear. You have certain expenses that are required to survive. Housing, clothing, food. These are your needs. Everything else is convenience or luxury. Best way to develop a budget is … much you actually spend on each category. You'll probably find areas where you're spending a lot more than you realize. The method I've just described is the one advised by "You Need a Budget
answered Nov 21 '17 by Xalorous
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is laziness. There are tools that can help you be better with your money. In the past, I used YNAB (You Need a Budget). (I'm not affiliated, and I'm not saying this product is better than others for … OP.) Whether you use their software or not, their strategy works if you stick with it. Each time you get paid, allocate every dollar to categories where your budget tells you they need to be …
answered Sep 30 '16 by Xalorous