Tag: how to budget

The Budget Mom’s 9 Steps to Financial Freedom

– Welcome to The Budget Mom YouTube channel. I’m Kumiko Love from thebudgetmom.com, and today we are talking all about The Budget Mom financial freedom steps. So what exactly is this? You know, I’ve been on this journey for a really long time and documenting and sharing that journey with you since 2016. And I […]

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What We Spend Our Money On | Where Does IT ALL Go?

what’s up legacy builders I’m Rob I’m Reshawn and this is learn hustle grow learn hustle grow is about creating a legacy we’re here to share our passions for money marriage and travel with other legacy builders like you last week we shared 15 things that we do not spend money on that’s right we […]

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How This Couple Paid Off $85,000 in Debt

– Before we decided to get out of debt, we stayed frustrated with our finances. Frustrated with each other constantly. – I was really confused about how much we had. Neither of us knew. – Every time we got a check, it was a relief because we thought, okay, finally another Band-Aid to kind of […]

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Can You Get Out of Debt in America Today? (Dave Ramsey Answers)

– All right, you’re back. – I am. – Here you are, at The Rachel Cruze Show. – Almost like I work here. – Yeah, almost, sort of. You’re sort of connected, I guess. Okay, so this episode’s all about Baby Step 2, and you’ve been known as like the get-out-of-debt guy for decades now, […]

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How To Manage Your Money Like The Rich

– When you are 50, 55, 60, we’re both old men, we can’t go as fast. He’s older. “Oh, I’m gonna work 12 hours, gonna work 14 hours”. Now Desmin and I were just having a conversation about how to manage money. I think that’s a very very important topic. I thought I will share […]

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Top 3 Things I Learned on My Budgeting Journey

(soft music) – Today I wanna share with you the three most valuable things I learned on my budgeting journey. One is awareness. Two is giving yourself permission to do it your way. And three, how I went from monthly budget to a paycheck budget. Awareness. I didn’t realize how important tracking my spending was. […]

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