JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #75-How do you do fun money?

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  • What is “fun” money” and why it is important to have it in our budget
  • How to do “fun” money the right way
  • Why “fun” money is not an allowance
  • What the difference is between “fun” money and stopping at the ATM when you are low on cash
  • Quote of the week

“Fun” money can be named a lot of different things; blow money, spending me, cash but whatever you call it, it is an important piece to your budget. On today’s lesson we share what “fun” money is and isn’t, discuss its importance in your financial plan, and share the right way to do it.

No matter if you are a spender or a saver, fun money reminds us that it is financially healthy to spend as long as we do it in the confines of our monthly budget.

Also on today’s lesson we start a new segment called the Quote of the week. I’ll be sharing one quote a week that I find inspiring related to our finances. This week’s quote is

“Having the money in the bank does not tell you what you SHOULD do, it tells you what you CAN do.” ~ Jon White

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