Budgeting



Getting time to make a price range can support you make smart monetary conclusions nowadays and attain your objectives in the long run. Location up your price range is uncomplicated. You just want to just take the time to get begun. To study additional about personal budgeting, take a look at http://StudentAid.gov/Spending budget.

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34 Comments on “Budgeting”

  1. need 19,000 for first year college after all grants and federal loans. the fuck do i do. Do i go with private loans? what other option do i have? this video was useless ass shit.

  2. Behind by over $6,000 because I literally can't qualify for enough in loans to pay for the entirety of my housing costs…THANKS OBAMA

  3. Im borrowing $14,838 in loans and around $6,815 in grant money thats equal to $21,653 can someone tell me why is it that even though my schools expenses is $20,096 how do i not have enough to pay it off and this is just for one year.

  4. Holy shit this seems so much easier than what my teacher told us in class. Thanks!

  5. It's really hard to figure out your income when you make tips. It's basically changing week to week depending on tips and hours. Budgeting in my situation is hard.

  6. Budget, knowing where your money goes, instead of wondering where it all went!  Very helpful.

  7. this is a consistent impossibility for those of us on commission only, hero one month then zero the next

  8. Yeah, this is great in theory. When there is one income for a family of five, it is impossible to have more money coming in than going out.

  9. This is a good reason for budgeting, planning, and making good choices about education and how to invest prior to graduating from high school.

  10. GO TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND THEN TRANSFER OR GET A USEFUL ASSOCIATES DEGREE. DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!

  11. This is great.  I work in student affairs at a 4year public institution, and I'm excited to share this with our incoming students.  Thanks!

  12. Yes, managing money is important, we never know what type of emergency will happen.  Always good to have something put away for rainy day.

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