FREE QUIZ:

What Budget Type Is Best For You?

Do you ever wonder where all the money goes?

Watch the short video then take this fun quiz to learn more about which kind of budget is best for you - based on your personality traits and how you like to handle money.

Do you ever wonder where all the money goes?

Watch the short video then take this fun quiz to learn more about which kind of budget is best for you - based on your personality traits and how you like to handle money.

Do you ever wonder where all the money goes?

Watch the short video then take this fun quiz to learn more about which kind of budget is best for you - based on your personality traits and how you like to handle money.

WONDERING WHY A BUDGET

IS EVEN NECESSARY?

A budget is an incredibly useful tool to help

you reach your financial goals:


  • It requires you to confront your money habits head on.

    Yeah this can be uncomfortable, but it can also be enlightening and become an eye-opening experience. If you don’t know why you spend, or where your money is going, then it’s pretty hard to make any financial progress, but once you do the hard work, the rest becomes simpler to implement and maintain.

  • It offers a snapshot of your financial health.

    Once you create a budget and then stick to it for a while, you’ll know whether you’re living below, at, or above your means. If you’re currently stressing all the time about money, creating a budget is the only way to know which levers to pull to gain control and reduce the stress.

  • It helps you plan - for the future, the unexpected, and the expected.

    By creating a process for managing your cash flow, you can meet your needs, while saving for what matters, and avoiding turning to debt when a crisis hits. Being financially organized saves time and money in the long run!

  • It makes talking about money so much easier.

    If you find yourself arguing with your SO about money, then creating a budget together and reviewing it regularly can create an open line of communication about what’s coming in and what’s going out, so you can get on the same page with how you’re choosing to build your family’s financial future.

  • It keeps you honest about your spending habits.

    Consumerism prods us to spend, spend, spend, but most people don’t have the kind of income needed to offset the level of purchases they make. If you create and stick to a budget, you’ll never find yourself mindlessly overspending, ensuring you live within or below your means.

  • It enables you to live the kind of life you want.

    Instead of always saying “I can’t afford it”, a budget allows you to turn that negative self-talk into a positive statement because you can instead say “That’s not how I’m choosing to spend my money right now”. Your money has goals, it has a plan and it has YOU telling it what to do and how to do it. Talk about gaining control!

WONDERING WHY A BUDGET

IS EVEN NECESSARY?

A budget is an incredibly useful tool to help

you reach your financial goals:


  • It requires you to confront your money habits head on.

    Yeah this can be uncomfortable, but it can also be enlightening and become an eye-opening experience. If you don’t know why you spend, or where your money is going, then it’s pretty hard to make any financial progress, but once you do the hard work, the rest becomes simpler to implement and maintain.

  • It offers a snapshot of your financial health.

    Once you create a budget and then stick to it for a while, you’ll know whether you’re living below, at, or above your means. If you’re currently stressing all the time about money, creating a budget is the only way to know which levers to pull to gain control and reduce the stress.

  • It helps you plan - for the future, the unexpected, and the expected.

    By creating a process for managing your cash flow, you can meet your needs, while saving for what matters, and avoiding turning to debt when a crisis hits. Being financially organized saves time and money in the long run!

  • It makes talking about money so much easier.

    If you find yourself arguing with your SO about money, then creating a budget together and reviewing it regularly can create an open line of communication about what’s coming in and what’s going out, so you can get on the same page with how you’re choosing to build your family’s financial future.

  • It keeps you honest about your spending habits.

    Consumerism prods us to spend, spend, spend, but most people don’t have the kind of income needed to offset the level of purchases they make. If you create and stick to a budget, you’ll never find yourself mindlessly overspending, ensuring you live within or below your means.

  • It enables you to live the kind of life you want.

    Instead of always saying “I can’t afford it”, a budget allows you to turn that negative self-talk into a positive statement because you can instead say “That’s not how I’m choosing to spend my money right now”. Your money has goals, it has a plan and it has YOU telling it what to do and how to do it. Talk about gaining control!

WONDERING WHY A BUDGET IS EVEN NECESSARY?

A budget is an incredibly useful tool to help you reach your financial goals:


  • It requires you to confront your money habits head on.

    Yeah this can be uncomfortable, but it can also be enlightening and become an eye-opening experience. If you don’t know why you spend, or where your money is going, then it’s pretty hard to make any financial progress, but once you do the hard work, the rest becomes simpler to implement and maintain.

  • It offers a snapshot of your financial health.

    Once you create a budget and then stick to it for a while, you’ll know whether you’re living below, at, or above your means. If you’re currently stressing all the time about money, creating a budget is the only way to know which levers to pull to gain control and reduce the stress.

  • It helps you plan - for the future, the unexpected, and the expected.

    By creating a process for managing your cash flow, you can meet your needs, while saving for what matters, and avoiding turning to debt when a crisis hits. Being financially organized saves time and money in the long run!

  • It makes talking about money so much easier.

    If you find yourself arguing with your SO about money, then creating a budget together and reviewing it regularly can create an open line of communication about what’s coming in and what’s going out, so you can get on the same page with how you’re choosing to build your family’s financial future.

  • It keeps you honest about your spending habits.

    Consumerism prods us to spend, spend, spend, but most people don’t have the kind of income needed to offset the level of purchases they make. If you create and stick to a budget, you’ll never find yourself mindlessly overspending, ensuring you live within or below your means.

  • It enables you to live the kind of life you want.

    Instead of always saying “I can’t afford it”, a budget allows you to turn that negative self-talk into a positive statement because you can instead say “That’s not how I’m choosing to spend my money right now”. Your money has goals, it has a plan and it has YOU telling it what to do and how to do it. Talk about gaining control!

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