11 Free Budget Printables: Take Control of Your Cash!

free budget printables - take control of your cash

Budgeting changed my life.

It helped me learn how to save money, understand money, and stop wasting so much of the precious money that I work so hard for!

I know budget can seem like a scary word if you don’t know much about finance. But really, it doesn’t have to be. Think of ‘budgeting‘ as another way to say ‘being in control of your money‘. Who doesn’t want that, right?

Luckily, there are loads of free resources out there on the web to help you manage your money better, in an easy and fun way.

I’ve put together this list of free budget printables that …

Interviewing Tips That Can Help You To Bag Your Dream Job

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You have handed in your CV and you have received the call; you have got an interview! Your first emotions are joy that you have managed to proceed to the next stage of the recruitment process. But, you then begin to panic! You hate interviews (well, most people do) and you worry about what the interviewer is going to ask you. How do you prepare? What do you need to know?

Find a specific reason you want to work at the company and relate it to the role available

Learn as much about the company as possible. It is likely that the interviewer will ask you why you

Top Considerations When Building Your Own Home

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So you have enough funds to literally design and build your own home, what now?

It should be obvious that saving money where you can should be a goal you constantly keep in mind. It’s one thing to have enough money to build your home, but to comfortably live in it is another. Therefore save where you can because after your build the home, you’ll need more funds to pay for the legal fees and documentation to certify the property.

However, now that you are going to build your home exactly to your own specifications, you should take into consideration things that will

Post-Divorce Worries: Protecting Your Assets In A New Relationship

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When you’ve been dragged by the hair through a rough divorce, it can make you rethink a lot of things and make you want to protect everything that you have left. This can include anything from the furniture that you managed to take with you when you left the marital home, to the job that you’ve just landed in your new hometown because you had to move away from the one you loved.

When you were married, it’s likely you protected your finances the best way that you knew how, but trusted your spouse with your finances. A divorce can knock your confidence right down, so when you

4 Terrible Money Myths That Could Destroy Your Finances

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Most of us make silly money mistakes now and then.

We apply for personal loans we shouldn’t, buy cars we can’t afford, and waste cash keeping up with the Joneses.

Many of the mistakes we make are down to misguided choices, and while this is partially our own faults, the faulty belief system we base them on isn’t. The world of personal finance is full of misinformation, resulting in more and more people spending and losing money they can’t afford to.

To keep your finances safe, you need to separate the fact from fiction, so here are some myths that you should ignore.

1. Two Incomes Are Better