Learn what your dad never taught you about budgeting
The art of living on a budget sometimes gets a bad rap. It’s often confused with penny-pinching and can seem very limiting to outsiders who are lucky enough to observe their fiscally-responsible friends’ financial precautions. But no matter on which side of the budgeting table you sit, you need to throw out any negative associations you have with the word budget — thrift, economy, scraping, penury — and replace those loaded concepts with three new ones: awareness, communication, and accountability.
Your parents may have taught you the basics about money and budgeting, but they never said it quite like this. What Your Dad Never Taught You About Budgeting is a laugh-out-loud book about a very serious topic: budgeting. Today’s economic climate, as well as ever changing technology, presents unique challenges in developing effective money habits. Pete the Planner teaches some old school money lessons, yet with a modern and easy to understand comic twist. You will have a good time when you finally find out What Your Dad Never Taught You About Budgeting.
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Whether your financial life is defined by receipts in shoeboxes or dividend statements in leather folders, 60 Days to Change will give you powerful, systematic methods for revolutionizing the way you think about money. Building on the success of the televised curriculum, personal finance expert Peter Dunn walks readers through each step in gaining control of spending and savings, day by day.
Do you want to take back your finances from the world of fine print and restrictions? To know how to budget so that there’s something left over every month? To be able to anticipate a financial crisis or ensure your family’s security even if something happens to you?
You can do all these things with 60 Days to Change.