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Master your Cash Flow

Posted by Meredith Rines Posted on Nov 11 2015

The next step in becoming more financially sound is mastering your cash flow.  We’re not only talking about the money that is coming in, but also the money that is going out.  The most financially successful people are on top of every aspect of their money. 

They know what comes in, what goes out and how much is being saved.  How do they know where every dollar is going?  By using a budget. 

A budget is a simple tool that can really help you become the master of your finances.  I recommend to everyone to use a budget for their monthly expenses.  It helps you see where your money is coming from and where it’s going.  You can really stay on top of the mindless spending by tracking every dollar. 

A lot of people cringe at the thought of having a budget, but I’m here to tell you that it’s one of the most beneficial tools to help you become more financially sound.  A budget doesn’t have to be too complicated.  It can be as simple or as complex as you want it to be. 

The main components of a budget are:

  • Know when and how much income is coming in

  • Track expenses – bills, paying towards debt, grocery shopping, gas purchases, and any other purchases made

  • Amounts going towards savings, retirement planning and other goals

If you need help getting started on your family’s budget, then give us a call.  We’d be happy to sit down with you and take a look at your cash flow to help you master your budget.  Call us at 573-686-3053 and we’ll be happy to schedule time to talk to you about your finances to make sure you’re on track.