06
Feb
07

Boring financial stuff

I love spreadsheets. I love budgets. Nothing makes me happier than organizing data in perfect little rows, seeing the numbers add up, figuring out exactly what I am allowed to spend on new shoes and starbucks, and what has to be squirreled away for the inevitable car repairs or spontaneous vacations. However… I hate following in real life what I so painstakingly put together in my computer. I hate balancing my checkbook, I hate paying bills, I hate entering my expenditures into quicken or whatever I happen to be using. I like setting up the information repository, but the grunt work of data entry has absolutely no appeal.

So, when I see a list of easy to follow tips… I get curious and wonder if it will work for me. Maybe not, but who knows? The lifehacker posted a link to the Simple Dollar’s series called 31 Days to Fix Your Finances. It looks worth a try.

Also, the following credit score tips from a financial adviser might come in handy: Top 7 Credit Score Secrets

Now don’t be like me, and get those finances into shape!

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3 Responses to “Boring financial stuff”


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    January 31, 2013 at 11:43 am

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  3. September 21, 2013 at 8:12 am

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