Financial Wellness “Budgeting Made Simple”

Financial Wellness “Budgeting Made Simple”

Planning may seem overwhelming, especially if it’s new for you, but it can be one of the most powerful financial tools you have at your fingertips. Eleanor Roosevelt simplified it when she said, “It takes as much energy to wish as it does to plan.” Businesses and governments use it, so why shouldn’t you! In this session, we will discuss how budgeting can not only help get your financial life under control but can also yield many other benefits.

So, why is budgeting your money so important? First and foremost, budgeting allows you to monitor where your money is going to. Numbers don’t lie. Does your spending match up with your priorities? If not, a well-maintained budget gives you the information you need to take control of your money and put it where you want it to go to meet your financial goals.

Who needs a budget? A better question to ask is, “Who doesn’t need one?” If you have income and you spend money, you need a budget. Budgets don’t have to be complicated. Even the simplest guidelines around spending can make the difference between financial security and getting into too much debt. People who make and stick to budgets tend to have more savings, less debt, and they simply feel better about their financial situations. Creating a budget is a worthwhile endeavor no matter what your financial situation is…

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