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Your Budget is Busted… Empty Your Budget is Busted…

Sun Mar 06, 2022 9:08 pm
While it might seem like most frugal folks and investment mavens never, ever make mistakes, they do. Everyone who’s ever tried to stick to a budget has, at some point, completely flubbed said budget.

If you’re doing your best to stick to a budget so you can meet your financial goals, but it didn’t work out, don’t panic. Sometimes emergencies pop up (like the time our car needed $600 worth of repairs) or you just get carried away and spend too much (like my addiction to Amazon). Whatever the situation, know that it happens to everyone.

But you’re at a crucial moment right now: you’re at a point where you know you need to get back on track. Instead of beating yourself up, follow these 8 tips to get past a financial misstep and back on the straight and narrow.

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