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Are budgets still relevant today or does it only matter that there's money left in the bank at the end of the month? I believe that budgets are still relevant because they put us in control of what we ...

Are budgets still relevant today or does it only matter that there's money left in the bank at the end of the month? I believe that budgets are still relevant because they put us in control of what we are spending. The problem is that most of us don't know what a good budget is or what it should look like. This presentation explores the four key elements to a successful bulletproof budget.

This presentation was offered at a Jump$tart Teacher Summit in Layton , Utah on 10/26/2012.

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Bulletproof Budgeting Bulletproof Budgeting Presentation Transcript

  • The Foundation of financial literacy
  • “Our number one takeaway over the years was ... nobody really uses budgeting. Everyone means to do it; nobody really does it. The more important concept is cash flow. It doesnt matter that you spent $200 on clothing this month or last month, what matters is at the end of the month, do you have more money than you spent.” - Bill Harris Former CEO - Intuit
  • What We Think
  • What Our Students Think
  • What a Budget Really Is
  • MeaningfulFlexibleSimpleShared
  •  Motivating Purpose / Reward Structure
  •  Leave room for the unexpected
  •  People perform to how they are measured
  • toryn@squire.com @normantorywww.abettercause.com