How to Perform an Expense Audit

Expense

One of the wisest financial moves you can make is to ensure your money is being spent consciously. No, that doesn’t mean you’re spending while you sleep. It means many of us go on autopilot when it comes to bills and expenses without considering why we’re spending. Taking the time to set up a budget [...]

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Who to Meet at FinCon12 – The Infographic

FinCon12

The “Who to Meet at FINCON11″ infographic we did last year was a big hit. So we thought we’d make a tradition out of it. In addition to the top bloggers attending the conference, we’ve also listed a few “Rising Stars” who really killed it this year. Click on the image to enlarge.

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15 Easy Ways to Live on Less

Shopping

Living on less is the best way to make a huge impact on your finances. What could you do with the ‘extra’ money you find in your budget?  You could use it to help you pay off debt, save more, or to reach a financial goal. The possibilities are endless. 1. Use deals and coupons: [...]

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Tips for Back to School on a Budget

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Going back to school doesn’t mean breaking the bank, but it can be an expensive endeavor if you don’t plan ahead. No matter your or your kids’ ages using these tips will help you save big bucks on back to school shopping. Set a Budget: Whether you’re headed to college, or sending your child to [...]

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Now There Are Even More Ways to Supercharge Your Finances

New Features

I’m very pleased to announce our most feature-rich release since Budgetable’s launch back in May. We’ve added tons of new features, many of which were requested by all of you. I’m sure you’re going to love what we’ve done. New Features All New Spending Trends Gain valuable insight into your spending habits by comparing your [...]

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The Titans of Tech News – Infographic

Titans of Tech News

If you’re like us at Budgetable, you read a lot of tech news. We thought it would be cool to put together an infographic of some of the top players in the game. Whether you’re a startup looking to pitch your idea, or just interested in who’s behind the tech world, we think you’ll find [...]

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How We Accurately Detect When You Waste Money

Money in pockets

The first question we get after telling someone that Budgetable accurately detects wasteful spending is, of course, “What do you consider ‘wasteful’?”. We gave this a lot of thought before we even considered adding this feature to Budgetable –because we wanted to get it right. Many of you have also asked us the same thing. [...]

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Introducing Budgetable Deals – Deals Linked To Your Bank

Deals

This project has been in the works for some time. There has even been some controversy around the idea of linking deals to your bank. But we think it’s a great idea, and more importantly, we think you’re going to really love it. Current Budgetable beta users have been using Budgetable Deals for about a [...]

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Valentine’s Day: Really Invented To Rip You Off?

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According to the National Retail Federation, Americans are projected to spend $17.6 Billion celebrating Valentine’s Day… Wow that’s a lot. That number is so large, it’s got me wondering… what exactly is Valentine’s Day for? The pessimist claims V-Day is a creation by Hallmark and other retailers to make up for the post-holiday sales hangover. [...]

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A Lesson In Money You Won’t Find In A Classroom

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Financial education is underrated and rare, and even when it’s there the wrong things are too often taught. Too much emphasis is put on spreadsheets and adding/subtracting numbers to get figures that are supposed to signify something but just flat out don’t. When it comes to money, knowledge is power. You have to have knowledge [...]

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