By Jennifer S Larson
This easy advent to budgeting starts off younger readers off with the idea that of creating offerings in keeping with assets. It then explains expense and gain, saving for the longer term, want and desires, and other ways to avoid wasting.
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First, decide if you want to budget for a day, a week, or a month. Write the dates you’d like to budget for on the top of a sheet of paper. Next, write down your income. This could include an allowance, money you earned by doing dishes, or money you got as a gift. Add your income together to get a total. Then, list your expenses. Expenses might be movie tickets, money you gave to help others, or money you put in a savings account. Add your expenses together to get a total. 28 Finally, subtract your expenses total from your income total.
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