Easy Budgeting for the Organizationally Challenged

by | Jan 18, 2012 | Cash Flow, In The News

“Even the checkbook-challenged, filing system-deficient and perpetually messy can take steps to shore up their finances without undergoing a major personality overhaul.”

In a January 18 article at CNBC.com titled “How the Financially Disorganized Can Budget and Save,” financial writer Dinah Wisenberg Brin has some suggestions for keeping track of your spending without a detailed budget. She cites Rick’s suggested strategy to “remove everything of importance — taxes, insurance, car and house payments, vacation and emergency savings, retirement funds — from the paycheck before it hits the bank.”

You can read the entire article here.


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