How To Budget For Beginners | Step By Step Guide

A budget is not telling yourself "no." In reality, a budget is just a tool that helps you say "yes" and not dig a hole for yourself in the process. It’s about creating more freedom in your life. It’s about creating a little extra room in your finances for you to make smart decisions with your money. By doing this you will feel more in control, less stress, more confident, and to find more money that you probably didn’t realize that you had to spend on more things that you wan

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Stimulus Check Update: Treasury JUST Released Stimulus Check Timeline (GOOD NEWS)

If you're looking for a possible date and a timeline for a second stimulus check, here's a good place to start. When will your stimulus check arrive? In this video, we take a look at the White House timeline of when you should receive your stimulus check.

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6 Money Habits That Keep You Poor (DON’T DO THIS)

The hardest part of correcting a bad habit is realizing that it even exists. A lot of the time we don’t even notice it’s the little habits that are holding us back financially. Your habits will compound over time. That’s why it’s super important to recognize any bad money habits early on and replace them with good money habits.

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$600 Unemployment Benefits Set to Expire: What that Means for Your Wallet and the Economy

The CARES Act added $600 a week to the unemployment benefits. That extra money is set to expire at the end of next month if lawmakers fail to act. In this video, we are going to talk about what that would do to the economy and your wallet.

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Second Stimulus Check Update June 2020

Many leaders understand millions of people are experiencing financial difficulties, but they also believe a stimulus check is too expensive and doesn’t solve the problem. The next stimulus package will come from Congress. While the White House may have input and help draft the legislation, only Congress can authorize legislation for the next stimulus package.

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