Most people live fast-paced lives that require calendars to help them keep up with appointments, deadlines, vacations, meetings and much more.
But what about a financial calendar? Have you been keeping a tab on your income and expenditures?
Well, the good news is that 8 in 10 Americans are engaged in household budgeting, according to a 2020 survey by Debt.com.
And one method is to use a budget calendar, which is a financial tool that helps you stay on top of your payments and paychecks.
The budget calendar gives you a sense of where and when you are spending your hard earned money, and also helps you figure out which expenses can be cut.
Watch the video above to learn more.
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