Learn how to determine cash flow in a budget in this free video on managing money & personal finances.
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April “Budget Responsibly” Month – Obama Admin To Teach How To Manage Finances – Megyn Kelly
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Take a look at how we budget and manage our finances for a family of 3.
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I’m Sarah, I’m 27 years old, am I 27 years old?…yes I’m 27 years old. I’m mama to my beautiful daughter Rosalie. She is a cheeky, smiley, and gorgeous 1 year old who lights up my life. We are currently trying to add to our family.
I am married to my husband, Nick. We have been together 8 years and married for two of those. He has a day job but lifts in his spare time. He is an Olympic Weightlifter, and he’s pretty good at it. He is the current English Champion in his weight class.
On paper my life is pretty much perfect. We bought our first home together when I was 23. We got married two years later and we were lucky enough to be blessed with a honeymoon baby. Rosalie was born the following year. It’s been a whirlwind since then.
I had hoped to give up work and be a stay at home mum to Rosalie but sometimes things don’t go to plan. Our situation changed and I had to go back to work after my maternity leave. Being a SAHM is still the dream and I hope that in the not to distant future I can do that.
This channel follows the life of me and my family. I post about our life, our home renovation, clean eating with the odd fashion and beauty vids thrown in. I record our memories so I won’t forget a thing!
I am part of Channel Mum, known as ‘the honest face of parenting’. Take a look, there is something for everyone there.
So join us on this roller coaster that is life. I’m am most definitely NOT perfect although I’d like to be. Share our ups and downs and who knows maybe we’ll be able to help each other muddle through motherhood.
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My blog is full of lifestyle posts, recipes, parenting tips, DIY’s and more – You can find it at http://www.roseyhome.com I’d love it if you would take a look.
Thank you for stopping by and I’ll see you around soon! Be sure to say hi to me on Twitter, or Instagram – I’d love to hear from you and have a chat x
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When is it okay to spend big?
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Questions in this video:
Lori, I have a question regarding Capital One 360. I have opened a savings account for my sinking Christmas Funds and I have $$ taken out of my regular checking account every 2 weeks. Question is: Do you manually transfer money every month to the sinking funds or do you have your paycheck go into a Capital One 360 Checking account and then you transfer the money into the sinking funds? Confused?
Marcy Watson 12 hours ago
Hey budget girl! We are just starting our debt free journey and started doing a full budget with sinking funds. My question is should I save my emergency fund before I start putting money aside for sinking funds?
Bella Femme 1 day ago
Hi I’m confused are all of your 14 sinking funds actual bank accounts or just envelopes you keep at home labeled? How do I start a sinking fund, I need one for my car.
So, I have a question, Sarah. I am about 2 months away from being debt free (yay!) but as I keep getting closer to that goal (it’s been about 6 years of frugal living), I feel this need to not be as strict with my finances and want to spend money on things I know I don’t need! I’m following the Dave Ramsey plan and am committed to it. I have a plan to save 3-6 months (or more) of living expenses after I’ve paid off my debt. But, after SO many years of paying off debt, this feeling keeps creeping up that I want to give myself “a break”. What advice would you give?
How much do you pay for internet? Do you have cable? I have neither and my husband is driving me nuts, but I just don’t think spending $200+/month for internet/cable. I still have a dumb phone b/c I don’t want to double my phone bill!! But that’s 2400/yr that we could put toward debt/emergency stash so I just can’t justify it! HELP ME!
i’ve run into a bit of a snag with saving an emergency fund. part of my income (the part that is always guaranteed no matter what) doesn’t allow me to save any money without being cut off. And keeping cash in my home is a horrible idea. Should i get another physical credit card (I still have account, I just destroyed the card), or try something find something else?
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We know dogs are man’s best friend, but could they be your wallet’s best friend too? Financial Advisor, Tony Drake, CFP® talks with Milwaukee’s WTMJ-4 about 5 ways owning a pet can save you money. Learn more at WealthWisconsin.com
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Darrell Morrison, vice president of Financial Services at Southern Arkansas University, discusses many aspects of the Magnolia campus’ budget during a meeting of the Board of Trustees, Thursday, June 2, 2011, at the Donald Reynolds Campus and Community Center. www.magnoliareporter.com video
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Crisis & Perspective.
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Pam asks Dave for advice on how to get on the same page as her husband regarding their budget.
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In part 3 of this 4 part series Shannon shows how to budget for a baby!
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In this episode of finweek Money Matters we discuss:
Cover Story: The reserve bank’s decision to increase interest rates by 50 basis points last month has shocked businesses and homeowners struggling to pay their mortgages and loan repayments. Further increases are expected. finweek editor Jana Marais shares tips manage your finances in these tough economic times.
finweek Money Matters is a weekly programme aired every Friday 13:00 CAT on CNBC Africa (DSTV Channel 410). The programme focuses on trends, investment analysis and economic debates.
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