Getting Financially Fit Starts with a Good Routine
Here are some habits that will keep your finances on track
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Keeping an eye on your spending and saving is easier when you make it part of a monthly routine. Follow these easy steps every month to monitor your progress and stay on track with your financial goals.
Use your bank’s online banking tools or a personal finance app to track spending and help you visualize where your money goes.
Before you bump up your spending on payday, consider any big expenses on the horizon. Setting aside a little cash each month for a vacation or holiday gifts keeps your budget from taking a big hit in a single month.
Check in on your goals. Are you saving enough? Are you keeping spending in check? If not, see where you can adjust for the last two weeks to hit your targets.
How’d you do? Go online to review your monthly statement and get a clear picture of where your money went. Reward yourself for your achievements and update your goals for the next month!
We’ve all felt powerless against a splurge (or two), but there’s a way to take control. Curb that spending temptation with a checking account that helps you stay on top of your budget.
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