Cash Flow Series, C1

Cash flow is the most critical of all financial concepts (often called Budgeting, a word I do not particularly like).  If you do not effectively manage your income and expenses, none of the other tools available will be able to make up for it.  there are many resources on budgeting and cash flow planning.  In this blog series I will provide some concepts and simple tools that I designed to assist anyone in creating an automated cash flow plan to fit their unique values and desired lifestyle.

Below is a list of topics that will be covered in this series.  As always I encourage any suggestions, comments or questions.

1.    Series Contents

2.    Why Bother

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3.    Critical Steps to Make Cash Flow Successful

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4.    Sacrifice and Extremes do not help

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5.    Collecting Your Real Spending

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6.    An Honest Income Estimate

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7.    Listing Expense by Priorities

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8.    Finding Savings without sacrifice

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9.    Fun is Critical To Finance

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10.    Plan using Annual Numbers

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11.  How much does my emergency fund need to be?

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12.   How much do I need to save for retirement?

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13.   Should I save for future expenses?

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 14.  Discussing Fair spending with my spouse.

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15.  Allowances, and why the work

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16.  Kids and spending is rarely equal.

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17.  Planning Spending Free of your commitments

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18.  Automating your financial success

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19.  Should I follow the system or customize it for myself?

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20.  Review and Realign

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 I may add a couple posts as the series moves forward, as cash flow and budgeting is a huge topic, and so critical to a strong financial foundation.

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