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The Percentages You Need For A Successful Budget

Question: What do you recommend for a budget percentage?

Great question! I love this one because it shows that you really care about not only creating a budget, but creating a budget that works for you. (Heavy emphasis on works for YOU!)

Here’s a fact that may come as a surprise for you: there really is no standard budget percentage chart that works for everyone.

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#MoneyMondays “Family & Finances”

Question: How do you tell your family that you’ve always helped “no” while tightening your budget?

Answer: I think it’s important to remember that “no” is, in fact, a complete sentence. Now just coming out and saying “no” can be quite difficult, so you’ll want to set aside time to have a full discussion with the family member. If the meeting feels a little awkward for you, there’s no problem with admitting that to open the meeting.

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#MoneyMondays “Keeping A Credit Card For Emergencies”

Question: Why are you so against having a credit card for emergencies?

Short answer: It’s just a silly idea!!

Long answer: Ask yourself this question: Do I really want to go into debt right in the middle of an emergency? I mean do you REALLY want to make a bad situation even worse by adding owed interest?

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Financial Coaching

#MoneyMondays “The Guide To Using Your Emergency Fund”

Question: When is It An Appropriate Time to Use My Emergency Fund?

Answer: To fully grasp the answer to this question, you must understand the difference between a sinking fund and your emergency fund. If you don’t, you’ll always tap into your emergency fund for non-emergencies. […]