The truth is that when you have a family to take care of, every single penny counts. Money doesn’t grow on trees, which means that often each and every penny has to be carefully calculated into your monthly budget, to ensure that you are able to afford to cover all the bills that will come your way. From the cost of food to medical bills, family life does not come cheap.
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The Ultimate Guide To Managing Money As A Couple

by Guest on September 1, 2017

Taking your relationship to a whole other level brings along a bunch of new challenges also. One of them is certainly the management of a mutual (family) budget.

It’s a tough one having another person delve into your pocket every now and then, especially if you’ve been solely in charge of your finances for a long time. Changing ways of doing things and possibly adopting a different mindset is very often inevitable.
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You can spend all day telling your clients that they need to keep their books in better order, but what if you aren’t following your own advice? Even finance majors and accountants at the start of their career may know how to balance a budget, but sometimes they can neglect their own personal finances. It might have something to do with being under the pressure of maintaining other people’s financial wellness, but it’s difficult to give advice that you aren’t taking yourself. In fact, a professional with an online bachelor’s degree in accounting with bad credit and unpaid debts might not be hired by companies with minimum credit requirements. If you already have a good deal of knowledge on accounting and budgeting practices, treat yourself like one of your own clients. [click to read…]

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It’s extremely difficult to get through the month without stress when you live paycheck to paycheck. Not knowing whether you are going to make it another week and whether you can stretch the little budget you do have left for food is so difficult to deal with. It shouldn’t surprise you though, that so many people have no other choice but to live paycheck to paycheck. Scrambling to make ends meet at the end of the month can be very depressing and have a knock-on effect for your health. You could also be unhappy when it comes to trying to cover an emergency that you just don’t have the funds for.
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Being a student is, in many respects, a hard life. The stresses and strains of getting up at midday, living off beans on toast and a few hours of study per week can really bring some near breaking point. All jokes aside, finances can be very difficult when you first move away from home, so here are a few tips to help you avoid troubles in this area.
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