How To Find Money for the Spontaneous

How To Find Money for the Spontaneous is a problem that many people have.

Especially if you are using a budget planning software, to find money for the spontaneous is often forgotten in the plan.

There is a simple solution for that – just remember to add a post for spontaneous expenses and yoh are all set to go.

Our Budget cash management tools make this easy peasy. Here are some other areas that can help you with your personal finances:

  • How to save money
  • How to find the best personal finance software
  • Why saving money is important and how to do it correctly
  • Wealth management

Finding Room for the Spontaneous

- getrichslowly.org

Finding Room for the SpontaneousThis post is by staff writer Tim Sullivan.
This past Friday, I got an e-mail from my uncle letting me know the Sox were here in Seattle. Since leaving Chicago, it’s rare that I get to see my hometown sluggers, and it’s not an opportunity I would want to miss. But by the time I caught wind of the windy city being in town, the cheap seats were sold out, which meant that tickets for my girlfriend and me were around $50…

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8 Proposed Rules to Keep Mortgage Lenders in Check

- mymint.com

8 Proposed Rules to Keep Mortgage Lenders in Check
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau just rolled out eight new rules it’s hoping will keep mortgage lenders in check and future homeowners in the black.
The rules aren’t final yet  – the agency pitches them to Congress this summer – but they could change everything about the borrowing experience…

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The Difference Between Active and Passive Investing
Once a month, I meet up with some smart people in my neighborhood to drink coffee and try to stave off mental decline by talking about hard financial topics: macroeconomics, taxation, and sometimes even something useful, like investing. It’s like Facebook chat, only you can smell the other participants…

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MintFamily with Beth Kobliner: When Should Tykes Become Techies?
Remember pleading with your parents for a new puppy? The 21st-century version of that conversation begins with, “Mom, I need a cell phone.” Puppies and phones aren’t so different: both include initial costs, regular ongoing expenses, and a whole lot of responsibility. And neither should be handed over to a child without a clear set of rules and expectations…

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