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by laurengalvin73 Contact
Tags: Finance, budget
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Budgeting and Managing Money When you start in college one of the things that may cause stress is your financials. I believe that there are ten easy steps to stretch your income so you can survive in college stress free, at least from a financial point of view. 1. Draw Up a Budget This is a very simple thing to do. You can do it with some pen and paper or even online through excel. Make record of all your income and a record of your essential expenditure. Once you’ve worked that out you’ll know how much money you have left over to spend on the non-essential expenditure.  2. Organise your Income Some people get their income monthly, weekly or even bi-weekly. You need to manage your income depending on how you get paid. If you get paid monthly you have to distribute your income over the month until your next payment. This goes back to the first tip and shows how keeping a budget is a great way to keep on top of your income. ... read more