• Money Budgeting Strategies 2 Books in 1

  • A Step by Step Personal Finance Guide on Saving Money, Master Your Management Skills and Live a Debt Free Life
  • By: Jason Ramsey
  • Narrated by: Daniel Wooten, Joseph Thorson
  • Length: 6 hrs and 7 mins
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How to Manage Your Money Blueprint  

You should consider what your long-term and short-term goals are? Are you planning for retirement or just for a nice new car? Once your goal is clear, you can set a practical way to achieve that goal. How much money is coming in? What are the risks and rewards with your plan? 

Do you or will you have student loans? It is important that providers make sure you know what your financial obligations are in relation to paying your debt. Work them into your budget every month and do what you can do pay down your student loan debt when you can. 

Money management is a crucial process for attaining financial success by managing money that includes expenses, investments, budgeting, banking and taxes. 

It enables you to know where your money is going and also it helps you plan your budget wisely. It’s a fundamental process that determines what you can do and what you can’t. 

If you are behind, as many are, when it comes how much you are saving for retirement, get in high gear and catch up. Adding a little extra per month than you normally would to your retirement plan, can catch you up faster than you think it will. Especially, if it concerns your 401k, because your employer will match a certain percentage of your contribution. You must figure out how much revenue versus expenses you have. This requires following a strict budget and adhering to it always.  

If you're working on improving your personal budget, one easy way to get yourself in the mindset is to get your paycheck put directly into an investment account rather than checking or cash. This way you pay yourself first, think of this as a tax but you get it for retirement. This will help get you in the habit of saving money and not thinking of it all as disposable income. In order to be economically wise, all of your disposable income must now be considered as investment funds, only to be spent on assets that return you funds at a good rate. 

If you know that a budget is probably the difference between you keeping money on the side during the good times and having nothing when the bad times come knocking, then you’d do everything possible to make sure that you prepare a SMART budget.   

When you’re honest with yourself, you’ll agree that to a great extent, money is key to having peace of mind. It’s easy to say God provides when you’re not in need. But when you’re neck-deep in debt and you don’t have money to pay for this month’s rent, you’ll probably be singing a different tune. 

No matter how much you want to finance the great work your church or your favorite charitable organization is doing, you can’t do that without extra money. If you aren’t able to provide for your needs, how can you provide for others?   

If you’re ready to start successfully managing your personal finances. 

Seven Day Financial Budgeting Guide for Beginners 

Have you ever been overwhelmed with the desire to possess something the first time you laid eyes on it? Have you ever been tempted to get it because you had the money? If not, how soon were you able to get it? And how did you eventually get it? These questions point to the simple goal-setting methods we employ helps us stabilize our budget. 

Money should never control you; it should be the other way around. When money controls you, you tend to live a one-day-millionaire-s life characterized by extravagance and orientation to the present. Because money tells you that you earn it to spend it, you commonly find yourself stressed, wondering where your money went to, and in debt."

©2020 Jason Ramsey (P)2020 Jason Ramsey

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