Chances are if you’re here reading this, you’re like me - you love getting to celebrate yourself and your loved ones with special occasions. Unfortunately, with all of life’s normal expenses for bills, groceries, savings, it can sometimes feel like there’s not enough money in your budget for the fun stuff.
The holidays are a time for family, friends, and giving. But they can also be a time of stress and anxiety, especially when it comes to money. If you’re asking “How can I create a holiday budget that won’t break the bank?” I have some budgeting tips that can help you out!
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When you have more than enough funds in your checking account, you stay ahead of any maintenance or overdraft fees.
“How can I track my credit card expenses?” We’re asked this question all the time, which is understandable since you have every right to have and be in control over your credit card spending. Keeping track helps you stay on top of fraud as soon as it occurs and helps with sticking to a budget and maintaining a low balance.