The Beginner’s Guide To Building A Budget

It will help you stop worrying and enjoy your money (and life) more

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You already have so many things on your plate as a twentysomething–building a career, maintaining a relationship with your significant other, and making sure you are still mentally sound. And now, you have to do your budgeting, which seems like a daunting task unless you had a…




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Terence Kong

Terence Kong

Top Writer in Advice | A lifelong introvert, minimalist and nonconformist who writes about self-improvement, relationships & mental health topics.

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