Adam over at ManVsDebt has taken the extreme measure of publicly sharing all of his and his partner’s finances on his blog, including all of his spending, in an attempt to help him stick to a budget. How would your spending change if you had to show everyone where all your money went?
Ever find yourself deliberating over a purchase, or are you an impulse buyer who can’t help yourself when you see something you’d like to buy?
Personal finance blogger Mrs Micah is challenging her readers to manually track their spending throughout the month of February in her “Where’s My Money Going Month”. The idea is to make you aware of your spending habits and patterns, which will ultimately help you budget and save.
We’re always on the lookout for new and simple ways of keeping track of spending , and if you’re a fan of GMail, then this neat little solution might be for you.
After several failed attempts, I’ve now finally got the hang of keeping track of my spending using Expensr.
In order to work out how you can start spending less and save money each month you need to know where it is all going. And to do that, you’ll need to track your spending.
Here we look at some of the most popular methods of tracking spending.