Our society of consumerism has played havoc on our credit. Lost jobs or transitioning into a new industry has found many people looking for ways to save money.
Getting back to the basics of creating a household budget is the best way of meeting this goal.
To do this you must examine how you think about how you spend your money.
This book will easily help guide you back to the basic principles of setting financial budges with goals on both current and future earnings in a simple step by step approach. Improve your Financial IQ.
It includes all your budgeting forms, tracking your daily and weekly spending and paycheck to paycheck worksheets.
Stay on Track with your Spending and Watch your Savings Grow!
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About the Author
Has a background in financial education working with an outreach program created to help transition section 8 clients into home owners in 5 years.
During the housing crisis she helped homeowners to navigate loan modifications with their banks.
She has worked in real estate as a licensed Realtor since 2001 and retired her license 2012.
She has provided forensic financial oversight to many small business helping them get their costs under control and provide them with organized business strategies to keep them on the right path and strengthen their bottom line.
She started her first small business at the age of 19 in 1974, a wholesale jewelry distributor, traveling from Arizona to CT.
"Teaching financial literacy is necessary and should be a part of every child's school curriculum"