Oct 23, 2009
Though most people do not realize it, budgeting is part of their everyday life. Whether it is grocery shopping, buying an expensive pair of shoes, or paying for the mortgage, everyone tries to allocate their money properly to pay for their needs and wants. However, in there instances when the amount of available money does not tie up with the expenses. That’s when debt occurs.
For this reason, it is critical for everyone to know how to budget their money in order to avoid debt. Budgeting is not as hard as it sounds. Below is a list of blogs that can help you in this endeavor:
Bem @ Digirati Life wrote a helpful post “Personal Budgeting Made Easy with the 60% Solution”. The goal of this article is to make budgeting simpler and easier. It was inspired by the article “A Simpler Way to Save: The 60% Solution by Richard Jenkins from MSN. Basically, all you need to do is keep track of all your basic expenses including food, clothing, household expenses, insurance premiums, bills, and taxes. By having a strict budget on those areas, the battle is already more than half won.
The You Need a Budget Blog has an interesting article for this week titled “Controlling Your Financial Destiny: Seeing Things as They Really Are.” It cannot be denied that a significant number of people base their financial decisions on “fiction”. Basically, because of the availability of the credit card and other forms of credit, people have come to believe that they have more money than they actually do. The importance of budget is emphasized in this blog post.
Mary Ann @ Families provided practical tips in preparing for the holiday meal in the post “Budgeting for the Holiday Meal.” Although the article might seem a bit trivial to some, it actually shows how a budget affects the lifestyle of families at home. It provides a look into what families can prepare when money is tight.
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