I know, I know. The last thing you want to talk about is the “b” word. Honestly, I can tell you that having a strong budget in place is one of the best ways to better your bank account. I’ve seen so many people achieve goals they never thought they could just by the simple act of tracking what they’re spending their money on. So, I thought it would make sense to talk budget blunders to inspire you.
On This Podcast Episode:
I’m sharing some of the most common budget blunders that are breaking bank accounts right and left to prove that we’re really all more alike than we are different when it comes to this money thing. (And to inspire you to empower your own bank account).
If you’re looking for a great budgeting app, I’m a personal fan of You Need A Budget, but you don’t need anything fancy – a pen and paper can do the trick just as easy.
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Shannah Compton Game is a Money Wellness expert, host of the to-rated Millennial Money podcast, and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER with an MBA. Millennial Money has over 15 million downloads in 164 countries. Shannah’s years of experience as a skilled Certified Financial Planner have set her on a mission to revolutionize how people think, act, and feel about their finances…and have some fun doing so.