– Survive Today –
– Prepare for Tomorrow –
– Have Fun –
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Survive Today – Prepare for Tomorrow – Have Fun
What does “survive today – prepare for tomorrow – have fun” mean? This is simply the best order that I have found for prioritizing budgets and spending money.
Priority #1: Survive Today
Priority #2: Prepare for Tomorrow
Priority #3: Have Fun
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The 80/20 budget is very similar to the 50/20/30 budget in that you simply take your income and chunk it up into broad categories. However, the 80/20 budget is even less specific than the 50/20/30 budget making it quicker and easier to use than the 50/20/30 budget. Here is how an 80/20 budget would work: Continue reading “Budget Types: The 80/20 Budget”
Did you know that there are multiple types of budgets? Read this post to learn what 50/20/30 budgeting is, how to use 50/20/30 budeting, and whether or not 50/20/30 budgeting would be a good fit for you.
Did you know that there are multiple types of budgets? Read this post to learn what zero-based budgeting is, how to use zero-based budgeting, and whether or not zero-based budgeting would be a good fit for you.