47 minutes | Apr 6th 2021

The Three-Step Method to *Finally* Do Budgeting Right | Rob Bertman

How many times have you tried to budget only to find yourself unmotivated, stress out, and ready to just give up on it all? You are not alone. Most people don't enjoy budgeting and just give up after a few months. However, there is power in knowing what money is coming in and out of your bank account. In this jam-packed episode, Rob Bertman, CFA, CFP, and the founder of Family Budget Expert, will show you how to use a three-step method to finally do budgeting right.What You'll LearnWhy budgeting doesn't work for most peopleWhy budgeting is important, even if it feels like a choreHow to use Rob's three-step method to manage your budgetThe best tools to help you with your budgetHow to budget as a coupleLinksFamily Budget ExpertBook a complimentary 30-minute session with RobMeet RobRob Bertman, CFA, CFP is the founder of Family Budget Expert. He helps couples and families cut their spending so they can go from feeling behind & arguing about money to the new reality of building savings and getting out of debt without a restrictive budget.Episode SponsorsA big thank you to all our episode sponsors who make this podcast possible!Make it the year you finally cross life insurance off your list, and get protection for your loved ones. Go to Policygenius.com and get started. You could save 50% or more by comparing quotes and start the new year with one less thing to worry about.Find out how Upstart can help you lower your monthly payments and pay off your today when you go to upstart.com/mymoney.The average person saves $720 per year with Truebill. Take control of your finances and start saving at Truebill.com/MM.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
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