Finance Tip for The Everygirl
Regularly tracking your expenses may seem boring and tedious, BUT it is the best way to ensure that you are living within your means and are able to save for your future. So, stop complaining and start tracking! There are many online logs that you can use, such as Mint, LearnVest, Quicken, and QuickBooks. Or you can just use a good ole’ pen and paper to track your expenses. No matter the system you choose to use, you should get in the habit of tracking your expenses on a monthly basis.
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