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Join a 20 minute workshop and master the art of budgeting with the help of someone who has lived it. Our expert teachers have walked the budgeting walk and they are quick to share about it!
Get practical, hands-on instruction, alongside just a dozen or so other aspiring budgeters.
Designed around targeted subject matter, you can dive in wherever makes the most sense for you.
Ask live questions and interact directly with an expert teacher, invested in your success.
In this workshop you’ll learn how to assign dollars to categories in your budget and how to prepare for larger less frequent expenses. We’ll cover the importance of prioritizing what your dollars need to do and how to make spending decisions by checking your budget.
If your use of credit cards (and the resulting balances!) is stressing you out, we can teach you how to handle a credit card wisely in your budget and ultimately, eliminate that stress and uncertainty.
Curious how your savings account works with your budget?
We’ll show you how to manage your savings account, and use the budget to save even more.
If you have a budget—great, you need one. But if your overspending is still out of control your budget alone cannot save you. We’ll teach you some proven strategies to beat your overspending and create better habits in the future. Bring your questions!
Ever feel like you’re paid on Friday and broke on Monday, always juggling bills for the next payday? We’ll teach you how to break the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle and gain more financial security, stability, and flexibility than you ever thought possible.
Learn to use your budget to help you pay cash for big ticket items instead of borrowing. Whether it’s a wedding, a new baby or a major home improvement, we’ll show you how budgeting can help you avoid the debt trap and find the cash to make your bigger financial goals a reality.
In this workshop, we’ll discuss how to create a debt paydown plan. We’ll review which things you should focus on first, and how to decide how much you can afford to budget toward debt.
Are you frustrated every month by how much you spend on food? Whether it’s Costco runs or eating out, if you don’t pay attention, food can and will eat your budget! We will discuss proven strategies for saving money on food and freeing up some extra money in your budget.
In this workshop you’ll learn how a budget template helps you create a plan for all your expenses. You’ll learn about scheduled transactions and goals, and how they work together to build the foundation of your template. This can help you prioritize what to do with your dollars when they arrive.
If you’ve ever felt like you don’t even have enough money to budget—this workshop is for you. It can be overwhelming to get started when you already feel stretched, but we’ll teach you exactly what to do and how to be successful, regardless of your starting balance.
Whether you want to free up cash to pay down debt, or save for larger expenses, this workshop is for you. We’ll discuss different strategies for cutting spending and reexamining your priorities. Attendees will have a chance to share ideas that have worked for them as well.
Feeling like restarting your YNAB budget? There’s no shame in that, in fact, it it’s a great opportunity to reprioritize. We will dig into the benefits of starting a new budget and a couple different ways to approach starting over.
You’ve got a solid understanding of the YNAB method and how credit cards work, but there are times when you have to use a credit card because there isn’t enough money in the budget to cover a given expense. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to handle that exact situation and how to create a debt pay down goal to get back on track.