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My husband and I live in Seattle and save almost half our income so we don’t have to work by 40. Here’s what we spend in a typical week.
Angela Rozmyn and her husband earn a combined salary in the low six figures. Here's what a typical week of their spending looks like.
How to create a travel budget and stick to it, according to someone who’s been traveling abroad for over 2 years
It's easy to overspend when you're not in your home country. Protect your wallet with these tips from an expert at traveling abroad.
For the zero-sum budget to work, you track your spending, pay off your credit cards every month, and put extra dollars into savings.
I’m a former bank manager, and I highly recommend 5 budgeting apps to grow your savings and pay off debt
Not all budgeting apps are created equal, but these five get a strong seal of approval from a former bank manager turned personal finance writer.
I dreaded starting a budget because I thought it was all about cutting back on things you love, but it turns out I was completely wrong
Your budget is meant to serve your lifestyle, not to restrict it. It's all in the way you set it up.
Credit card minimums are not your friend, and other sage wisdom for all the 20-year-olds in your life.
Get a better grasping on your spending, saving, and investments by using a money app or strategy to track your finances.
If you've ever wondered how much you should tip a waiter, bartender, cab driver, hotel bellman, or barista, look no further.
I spent my whole life working for a salary, but now that I’m self-employed I use a 3-part strategy to manage my inconsistent income
For the first time in my life I don't have a consistent weekly salary, which makes it much harder to budget and plan ahead.
A couple who paid off $133,000 in debt, including 16 student loans, swears by a stunningly simple trick to keep from overspending
During their debt payoff period, the couple implemented the zero-sum budgeting method and bought their everyday items with cash only.