Budgeting and Money Management Basics

Budgeting and Money Management Basics

Today’s show is sponsored by PLC Wealth Management. As fiduciary financial advisors, they help families and individuals by providing financial advice on major life decisions. They offer guidance and solutions on saving, investing, debt, education and more. Learn more today at PLCwealth.com. Happy New Year! A new year means it’s time for a new beginning. To get everyone’s year off to the best financial start. I’m starting the 2020 Military Money Show season off with a back to basics series.  I have three shows planned to go over topics like budgeting and money management, salary and employer benefits, and how to take your finances to the next level in 2020. The goal is to give you a review or understanding of core financial elements to handle early in the year to set yourself up for success.  I’m happy to have my guest, Matt Miner for the series. Matt is a fee-only, fiduciary advisor with PLC Wealth Management providing financial planning to families and individuals making super-important life decisions. Matt is lives in North Carolina with his wife and children. In today’s show, Matt breaks down budgeting best practices, how to handle debt, emergency savings, and money management tips. 

Budgeting and Money Management Basics Episode Details

  • An explanation of budgeting
  • How budgets can help with personal finance
  • Budgeting best practices
  • Learning styles and budgets use
  • Understanding cash flow
  • The impacts of debt on your personal finances
  • Getting out of debt best practices
  • How to create an emergency fund when you’re in debt
  • Emergency savings rules of thumb
  • How to avoid raiding your savings

Budgeting and Money Management Basics Resources

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