Budgeting with any type of income can be tricky but especially if you’re dealing with irregular income. Whether you’re a business owner or working with some fierce side hustles, learning how to budget with irregular income will help save you from future panic attacks in those months when the cash isn’t flowing as free as you’d like.
On This Podcast Episode:
- Understand how you can come up with your baseline number
- Learn an interesting trick to keep yourself from using your credit cards
- Figure out where to store your extra cash in good months
- Don’t forget about all of those other expenses to save for – taxes, retirement, goals, etc.
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