The Money Educators budgeting basics program will help you find out.
It is designed to put you in charge of your finances, so you know what expenditure you need to control, what you’re doing well, and how much cash you have available to put towards your goals and dreams.
Not everyone is in the same situation, so there are four short, inexpensive budgeting programs to choose from. These are based on your relationship status, whether you have joint or separate accounts, and whether you have loans.
Basic budgeting program 1 is for a single person or couple with separate accounts and no home loan.
Basic budgeting program 2 is for a single person or couple with separate accounts and a home loan.
Basic budgeting program 3 is for a single person or couple with joint accounts and no home loan.
Basic budgeting program 4 is for a single person or couple with joint accounts with a home loan.
Each basic budgeting program is divided into three essentials:
1. Why budget?
This short course takes you quickly through the reasons why you should budget and shows you how to set up your own budget.
A free budget planner is provided as part of this course.
2. How should I use my bank accounts?
You’d be surprised how much difference your bank accounts can make in the success of your budget. This course teaches you how to make them work for you (not just the bank).
3. Setting goals
What are you budgeting for? It’s hard to get somewhere if you don’t know what you’re aiming for! By the time you finish this short course, you’ll know how to set realistic, achievable goals that you can stick to.
Take charge of your learning now, so you can make the most of your money.
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The information on this site is of a general nature. It does not take your specific needs or circumstances into consideration, so you should look at your own financial position, objectives and requirements.
You may need to seek financial advice before making any financial decisions
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