GB Bulletin: Where do important money lessons come from?

Make a plan to help you stay on track. It’s helpful to plan out our spending before it actually happens. That way, we can spend on fun while still paying down debt. We can set aside money for our next vacation while still meeting our other financial obligations.

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From moms and other people close to us

Some of the most important lessons we learn about money don’t come from books. Instead, they come from our moms and other important folks in our lives. 

Check out some of the real-life money lessons Goodbudgeter’s learned from influential people close to them.

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Happy budgeting,
-The Goodbudget Team

P.S. In the next newsletter, we’ll share money tips with new graduates. What’s one piece of advice you’d share with someone who’s just starting out? Reply to this email and let us know!

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