Do You Have More Month than Money?

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What do you do when there’s more month than money? When there are more bills to be paid, but the checking account is at (or below) zero? When there are more groceries to be bought? Or the time when your budget was looking good, but then the car needed a new water pump, and things all started to fall apart? 

Like the law of gravity, financial principles are universal and unchanging. As you go through life, the shortage of money may impact what we do or cannot do. Many times our success in life is affected by the way we handle or mishandle money.

You are not all alone in this struggle. It is not much fun being financially uncomfortable and worrying about making ends meet every day, week, and month. If you want to bring your dreams and desires to realization, you must know how to be successful with money.

Here are six steps you can take to increase your money management skills and help you make better spending decisions every month.

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Course Content

Lesson 1- Where Do I Start?
The thought of taking a hard look at the status of my personal economy can be daunting and, frankly, very scary. Here are some important questions to ask yourself to get you heading in the right direction.

  • Lesson 1
  • Lesson 1- Quiz

Lesson 2- Track Your Expenses
You must set up a system to track every dollar that is spent.

Lesson 3- Virtually All of your Expenses are Optional
Everyone makes choices on spending their money and every dollar spent is optional.

Lesson 4- Quit Spending Money
The best way to get control of your finances is to stop spending and determine where all of your money is going.

Lesson 5- Establish Written Goals and a Budget
It would be best if you had long and short-term goals, a budget to match, and everything must be in writing.

Lesson 6- Get Help and Good Advice
Don't try to do this alone. There are many local, state, and federal resources you can tap into for help and advice.

Closing Thoughts
A summary of the key points of the lesson.