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5 Ways to Budget With an Irregular Income

Budgeting with an irregular income can be stressful. You’re not sure how much money you’re going to be bringing in month-to-month and figuring out your spending and money goals overwhelms you. If this is you, here are 5 ways to budget

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3 Steps to Get Back on Track If You Go Over Budget

Everyone messes up their budget. It’s just a fact. I’ve been budgeting for years and there are still months where I go over in one category or completely forget about something that had to be done during the month. Making mistakes

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5 Ways to Reduce Impulse Spending

Trust me when I say that impulse spending is easy. We have lived in a “24/7/365 buy buy buy” world our entire lives. So when you open your wallet without taking into consideration what it’s truly doing to your overall well

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Should You Do a Balance Transfer?

Credit card balance transfers can be a great tool to get out of high-interest debt faster BUT they are not always the best option. A balance transfer to a card with a much lower interest rate, ideally 0% APR, means that

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Why You Don’t Need A Budget Meeting

Budget meetings are tough. Some people SWEAR by them. I learned that they do NOT work for us. I prepared for MONTHS for our first budget meeting with Joe. I made excel files, printed worksheets, and put everything in a binder.

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Money Questions | Annual Review

13 Money Questions to Ask Yourself Every Year

Can you believe 2019 is almost over? This year flew by. I am starting to think about my 2020 money goals and reflect on 2019. It is important to take some time to ask yourself these money questions at least once

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6 Tips and Tools for Your First Budget Meeting

I have been looking forward to our first budget meeting since like our first year of dating. My fiancé definitely does not feel the same way. Your first budget meeting as a couple (dating, engaged, or married) can be overwhelming, stressful,

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What I Learned During My Cash Only Month

In May I completed my first “cash only” month. If you have never done a cash only month or you want to read more about how I prepared, check out my post How to Prepare for a Cash Only Month. I am

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Cash Only Month | Budgeting | Money Tips

How to Prepare for a Cash Only Month

After following the debt free community for a while, I decided I was going to try a “cash only” month. I use credit cards for pretty much everything. It works for me. I have never had credit card debt and have

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Alli Williams

I’m an author, blogger and money coach! I’ve been in the shoes of many of those who feel desperate for solutions to financial issues, and I found my way out. Now, it’s my purpose to help women & couples get rid of financial anxiety, build wealth & dream big.

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