When people hear the words “budgeting worksheets,”
The bÜdg is organized around a simple concept: keeping track of money coming in and money going out.
The budgeting worksheets help you organize your student finances into 3 primary buckets:
1. Income and savings (like paychecks and scholarships)
2. Essential expenses (like tuition, rent, and food)
3. Optional expenses (like movies, restaurants, and new clothes)
The beauty of the bÜdg is that it is one-size-fits-
Then, with a click of the mouse, the computer does all the hard work for you. The bÜdg helps you maximize your budget by breaking it down into a series of easy-to-follow graphs. It also allows you to look at things from both a monthly and year-long standpoint. With the bÜdg, you will be able to interpret your income and expenditures, control your student finances, and understand where your money is going and—most importantly—
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