Fix Your Finances: Four Ways to Change Spending Behavior
- 38 mins on-demand video
- 10 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Create and maintain a monthly household budget
Execute a plan to pay off all debt
Save money consistently
- Isolate and eliminate poor spending habits
- A printed copy of your last checking account statement
- A printed copy of your last credit card account statement
- Access to your retirement fund balance
- A calculator
Want to fix your financial life? Of course, you do. No one wants a broken money life, yet a lot of us stay stuck in one place for way too long because we are lacking one major skill... action. Yep, ACTION is a learned financial skill. Through this 40-minute course, you and I will work together to create an action plan to fix your financial life. We'll focus on spending. Spending is what causes debt, it's what causes cash flow problems, and it's what prevents you from preparing for the future. When you fix your poor spending habits the rest of your financial life will come together. In this course, you'll learn how to cut spending and save money, create a plan for paying off debt, and understand the value of knowing your net worth. Are you ready? Let's get started!
- This course is for any teen or adult with any income range
- This course is for those who feel financially stuck and need a kickstart
In this lesson you'll see the link between your financial knowledge and your behavior. You'll also see the impact your behavior has on the amount of resources you have. Now is also a great time to download the course workbook. In the workbook you'll find tables and charts to fill in with your numbers, plus a page for notes.
In this lesson you'll break down the lifecycle of your financial life, from your past, to your present, to your future.
Debt obligates you to your past. It can also prevent your current dollars from preparing you for your future. In this lesson we'll discuss the three common methods people use to pay off debt, and which is the best to use. Use the workbook to figure up your net worth. Net worth is an excellent way to measure progress.