Ready for me to take you behind the scenes and show you my MOST SUCCESSFUL way to set up a budget you CAN and WANT to stick to?
This simple budget method works on ANY income and ENSURES there's always money for food and housing.
Plus, it gives you a step by step plan to follow each month so you know which bills get paid first and how to make steady progress on your money goals.
1 hour Online Video class that covers:
- Why you should budget
- Step-by-step instructions to set up a budget
- 3 Budget examples (with different incomes)
- What to do if you're behind on bills
- How to close out your monthly budget and make progress on your goals.
- And more!
**Bonus** Comes with the Monthly Budget Worksheets ($7 value), 5 beautiful printable PDF worksheets that makes it easy to write in your budget numbers and close it out at the end of the month. Use again and again.
Includes a Master List of Expenses worksheet so you don't forget any expense!
The 7 Simple Steps to Make an Easy Monthly Budget and the Monthly Budget Worksheets are digital products. You will get access instructions immediately on purchase as well as emailed to you.
I applied the information in the "Change Your Finances" program and immediately began seeing results. The step-by-step guidance is easy to follow and implement. The success already seen in just a few weeks is incredible. I highly recommend this program!
I’m just new to this program and though it seems a little over whelming to me alot of info quickly but Carissa seems to be very good at replying to my emails and my concerns. I’m looking forward to putting all her ideas to work for me and my budget!
Really enjoyed this first class! Looking forward to getting February paychecks and expenses budgeted before the end of this week!
The way you tell your money where to go instead of it completely disappearing on you during the month. In this way, you know where it is going and can TELL it to go to savings!! (Of course this is once the essentials and debt are paid.)
Again, knowing that every month even on a variable income, being able to tell your money where to go takes all the pressure off.
As long as the needs of the family are covered, the NEEDS, then all is well. The rest is gravy. Even in the "lean" months, because you can still take whatever is left and pay on the priorities as they are listed. Again, you have it all listed and established. No brainer. Easy peasy.
I've got a plan now and I know exactly where I am now.