By Mckenna Gustafson, executive assistant to Randy Russon, founder of TOP CFOS
When asked about their most important financial goal, people generally agree that sticking to a budget is the most important to them. It’s shocking to note that while this is the case, fifty-seven percent of households don’t have a budget according to a recent study by Harris interactive.
Here are five simple ways to get started in combating this national trend and achieving a level of financial freedom where your money works for you.
- Spend less than you earn. It is not about how much you make as long as you can follow this simple rule. As long as the credits are more than the debits, you can stay in the green. It is a simple principle, but much harder to put into practice. Just ask a politician. Read more