Step #1: Get Started
Read up on why the ‘B’ word isn’t so dirty...and the parts of your paystub you'll need to actually make one. Then take the quiz to find out which budgeting method is right for you.
Budgets don’t tell you ‘no.’ They say ‘yes, here’s how.’
- Quiz: What’s Your Budgeting Style?
The right one is out there, waiting for you.
- Breaking Down Your Paystub
See where (some of) your money's going.
Step #2: Talk the Talk
You can probably think of a ton of excuses to avoid budgeting. Now, not speaking the language can’t be one of them.
A popular budgeting rule that breaks down your paycheck so 50% goes toward basic needs (housing, groceries, getting to work), 20% to saving and investing, and 30% for wants (Netflix, happy hours, haircuts).
When you detox from bad money habits, like overspending. By using cash for expenses like clothes, food, and entertainment instead of swiping your debit or credit card. When you’re out of money, you’re done spending.
Step #3: Keep Going
Sit down, make yourself comfortable...and learn more about what it takes to spend smarter.
- How to Budget with Inconsistent Income
In case your cash flow changes more than Ross and Rachel’s relationship status.
- When Should You Adjust Your Budget?
Maybe more often than you think.
- Tips to Save on Housing Costs
Because it's probably your biggest expense.
- Easy Ways to Save Money On Food
No cooking skills required.