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The Everything Budgeting Book: Practical Advice for Spending Less, Saving More, and Having More Money for the Things you Really Want (Everything (Business & Personal Finance)) Paperback – January 1, 2003
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Top Customer Reviews
The cover proudly advertises that the book "features 70 worksheets!" This is because there is a seperate page for what you spent on monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc. There are worksheets for monthly expenses, where each month has its own worksheet. I know I did not have the patience to write "cable bill - $x" on twelve different pages.
I found "the pocket idiots guide to living on a budget" to be much more helpful. After reading this tiny book, I have a working budget and feel totally confident that I will achieve my financial goals. I got nothing from the "everything budgeting book."
We've tried different ones in the past but this one puts it into understandable English. Doing a budget is hard enough without spending all our time figuring out what a book is trying to tell us.
The Everything® Budgeting Book gives you
· Advice on how to assess your spending patterns
· Easy-to-follow worksheets
· Numerous debt-consolidation resources
· Practical strategies to economize on everyday expenses
· Common sense tips on budgeting for the future
· Savvy ways to prepare for unexpected events
Whether you need to restructure debt, or are just looking for ways to trim costs on everyday expenses, this book will help you get in the black fast. Featuring 75 worksheets that you can copy and use over and over again, this user-friendly guide will help keep you financially healthy for years to come. With this hands-on book, you'll be able to balance your checkbook without acrobatics, free yourself from pre-payday panic, and have money for the things you really want.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Basically whats in here is old hat and does not apply to me. There are probably newer books that are more tailor made to individuals living and spending habits.Published on April 27, 2013 by Margo J. Aly
My son has had trouble budgeting all his adult life. This book was a great gift. He is actually reading it and trying to accomplish the suggestions.Published on December 19, 2011 by Mary Hunter