If you are new to YNAB, this class provides a solid, in depth introduction to the YNAB Methodology. You will learn how to set up an account, customize your categories, budget your dollars and work toward building your YNAB Buffer.
During this class we discuss how credit cards are handled in YNAB, including: how to set up a credit card account, budget for prior debt, budget for new purchases, record spending and payments and handle interest.
In this course we discuss how to add multiple accounts, workflow, good habits as you get started and how to adjust your budget.
Following a typical week of budgeting, we'll review the different ways you can enter transactions: on your mobile device, manually and importing from your bank. We'll discuss how Cloud Sync can keep everything up to date in real time. We'll look in detail what to do when you import and how to reconcile with your bank.
Do you struggle with budgeting because of your pay cycle? Do you need to stretch a big paycheck over several months? How do you budget monthly if you are paid weekly or bi-weekly? What if you get paid once at the end of the month? By following YNAB's four rules and implementing a simple three step process, you'll be able to adapt to any of these pay cycles.
We'll discuss how Rule Two (Save for a Rainy Day) and Rule Four (Live on Last Month's Income) can improve your cash flow situation and help you save money.
During this class we explore a few different ways you can start over in YNAB. If you've been wanting to hit the reset button on YNAB, this is the class for you.
Does your income fluctuate wildly? If you've been struggling with this, we'll show you a couple of different ways to manage it with YNAB.
In this special 2 hour class, we'll begin with an overview of YNAB's Four Rules. Then we'll discuss saving for school expenses, how to budget money that you borrowed for school, and finally, how to handle student loans in YNAB.