Building wealth and achieving financial freedom stem from your ability to save money. Or better put, from spending less than you make. This holds true regardless of how much you earn. It’s not uncommon to hear about celebrities who earned millions of dollars, filing for bankruptcy later in life. You’ll also hear stories of couples earning modest incomes who go on to retire as millionaires.
The best way to ensure you’re saving regularly is through budgeting. Not only does it help you end the month with money left over, but it allows you to identify expenses you can cut to free up additional funds.
Put your budget to work for you by reviewing six common mistakes people make when budgeting – and learn how to avoid them.