Good Money Habits: Personal Budget Management
“Budgeting” can seem like a negative word. You know: “Sorry, but we can’t have takeout tonight, we’re on a budget.” Groan. Yep, sounds like you’re missing out because of budgeting.
But, when you think about it, budgeting is actually pretty useful. Making a budget is essentially just a detailed plan to help you decide how to make the best use of your money. Do it well, and you’ll likely have more freedom to spend than before. It’ll keep your account balance in credit, too. This course is designed to help you take control of your finances.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
• Create and implement a budget plan
• Identify issues that might cause an irregular budget and demonstrate how to cope with such a situation
• Explain helpful budgeting tools and the benefits of each
Why take this course?
Looking after your cash doesn’t have to be hard work. Learning how to budget is a useful skill, one that will help you plan around unexpected bills for when life throws events at you that you can’t control. Strong budgeting is an integral part of developing good money habits, so spend a few minutes with this course and you’ll reap the benefits.
10 mins | SCORM | Workbook