First Budget Smarts
Through this engaging book, students learn how to make a good budget, one that includes income, expenses, and savings. Knowing how to earn, spend, and save money are important money management skills. Using good money management sills can help a person become financially independent. Readers also learn that making and following a budget can help them reach their short-term and long-term goals. This book explains how to set up a weekly expense record (how to set up categories), make a monthly budget, use budgeting tools (including those available online), setting financial goals, evaluating and adjusting budgets, and wise savings and spending strategies.
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