Have you been putting off creating a budget because it seems overwhelming and scary? Creating a budget doesn’t mean that you have to cut out the things you enjoy or track every dollar you spend. Rather, budgeting helps you to align your spending with what you value most.
So where do you start? There are many tools available to make budgeting easier. The spending and budgeting feature of eMoney is one valuable tool offered to Treybourne Wealth clients. Using a budgeting tool, like eMoney, allows you to electronically link your spending and saving/investing accounts, and place your transactions into the appropriate categories. eMoney will recognize repetitive transactions and categorize them for you going forward. Once you have transactions categorized, you can see at a glance where your money is going. From here, you can begin evaluating your spending/saving habits and make adjustments when creating your budget. eMoney is not the only...
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