For many businesses and nonprofits, fall is more than pumpkin spice season; it’s also time to start thinking about next year’s budget. Even for organizations with a fiscal year different than the calendar year, knowing how to approach this important task will make the job easier and help ensure a positive outcome.Read More »
Most of us grew up receiving long lectures from our parents about the importance of budgeting and saving money. But how many of us were actually taught to prepare and properly adjust a budget to our financial needs?
In today’s DIY-dominated world, more and more “things” can be completed with a nail gun, a gallon of paint, recycled wood and an extra hour of free time. These may not be the exact ingredients in the recipe to reduce your overall spending, but the DIY mentality can certainly be applied! Here are a handful of easy, do-it-yourself, non-lifestyle changing tips to help you live a more financially-balanced life.
“The best things in life are free. The second best are very expensive.” – Coco Chanel
Budgeting is always a stressful process; having to make certain decisions and assumptions that will guide your activities for the next year can be a bit daunting. Budget planning can be a time of reflection and excitement for things to come, but only if you do your homework and do it right.