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  • 1. BudgetHow to budget your money?
  • 2. “Some Money Facts”►$ The average person spends money three times a day.► $ A movie with popcorn and a soft drink can easily cost $20► $ Just one soft drink a day for .99c adds up to $361.35 in a year► $ What’s the biggest expense item for teenagers? FOOD!
  • 3. Money Matters:► How many times a day do you spend money?► The average person spends money 6 times a day.► Money brings happiness – Money problems bring unhappiness► Money problems stay with you for the rest of your life.► Top reason for divorce is financial. Finances affects everything else in your life.
  • 4. Ways to improve your finances► Make more money► Cut your expenses► “Wait and win the lottery” system► Have a budget
  • 5. What is a budget?►A tool to manage your money► For a specific period of time – usually monthly► Budget due to our limited resources► Helps us meet our responsibilities and our financial goals
  • 6. Reasons for a Budget Track spending  Money toward expenses/bills  Avoid careless spending  Eliminates stress  Live within your means/income Meet financial goals  Save  Invest …Puts you in control of your financial future, beginning NOW.
  • 7. Without a Budget… Have no plan Paycheck-to-paycheck Come up short Plan for emergencies No savings/investing plans Less likely to know what $ you have
  • 8. How to Build a Budget1. Decide on a time frame for tracking expenses (monthly)2. List all money you have coming in (income) A. Disposable income B. Discretionary income3. PYF (Pay yourself first) = Savings4. Make categories for all expenses5. Subtract total expenses from income6. Study budget and make changes
  • 9. PAY YOUR$ELF FIRST!Every time you PYF, you are developing a saving habit that leaves you with more money to spend later on for things that are really important to you!Save 10% of your disposable income each time you get paid
  • 10. Budgeting Terms ► Expenses:► Budget – tool for  Fixed expenses – money management monthly contractual► Disposable income –  Variable expenses – after taxes not contractual, vary► Discretionary income – each month after all expenses paid  Periodic fixed expenses
  • 11. Spending plan activity► Decide if each item is income, a fixed expense, variable expense or periodic expense
  • 12. Spending plan activity Rent Fixed expense Wages Income
  • 13. Spending plan activity Groceries Variable expense Internet bill Fixed expense
  • 14. Spending plan activity Tips Income Utilities Variable expense
  • 15. Spending plan activity Gift from family Income Savings Fixed expense - PYF
  • 16. Spending plan activity Automobile registration Fixed expense Eating out/Snacks Variable expense
  • 17. What is included in a budget for a family in a given month?The typical family spends their money on:►Housing - 30%►Transportation - 20%►Food -15%►Utilities, Home Improvements - 14%►Saving - 10%►Insurance - 7%►Other - 4%
  • 18. What does it look like? Budget TemplateIncome AmountWages $Total Income $Expenses AmountFixed ExpensesPYF (10%) $Variable Expenses $Periodic Expenses $Total Expenses $Net Gain or Net Loss $
  • 19. Allocate money to each category► Net gain - $ remaining to either save, spend or invest► Net loss - spending more money than earning and has to use credit (borrowed money) to meet their financial obligations ► A spending plan should have income and expense matching one another (reach zero)
  • 20. Implement and Control► There is not one correct control system. Depends upon the individual/family  Envelope systems – individuals place the actual budget amount of cash from a paycheck into a specific envelope system for the expense  Check register system – helps consumers to track all expenditures in a checkbook register which has been divided into spending plan categories  Electronic spending plan systems – multiple types of software are available for consumers to use to help keep track of their financial records like www.mint.com
  • 21. Net worth statement► A net worth statement describes an individual or family’s overall financial condition on a specified date► The components include:  Assets – Everything a person owns with monetary value  Liabilities – Debts or what is owed to others  Net worth - The amount of money left when liabilities are subtracted from assets (indicates wealth)
  • 22. Who is Wealthier? John – earns $35,000 Alex – earns $100,000 per year per yearAssets AssetsHome $60,000 Home $75,000Retirement $24,000 Retirement $35,000 Automobile $8,000Automobile $8,000 Total Assets $118,000 Total Assets $92,000 LiabilitiesLiabilities College loan $10,000College loan $6,000 Automobile loan $4,000Mortgage $35,000 Credit card debt $20,000 Total $41,000 Mortgage $65,000 Liabilities Total Liabilities $99,000 Net Worth $51,000 Net Worth $19,000
  • 23. ANY QUESTIONS?

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