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Free Download: Dave’s Guide to Budgeting

It’s a new year. You’re motivated, pumped, ready to make some changes in your life. You’ve heard all about the benefits of living on a budget: naming every dollar, controlling your money, using the envelope system, and being on the same page with your spouse.

But how do you get started?

For the first time, we’ve put together an awesome Guide to Budgeting that looks at all the nooks and crannies of making a budget. And the good news? It’s not about numbers. Or math. Or fancy calculations. It’s practical, down-to-earth information and encouragement that’s sure to get you started on the right foot. But it’s up to YOU to get started!

No more excuses. Time to make it happen!

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