Have you been feeling the pressure of inflation or rising gas prices as of late? Maybe you are concerned about where your money is going as you worry you are spending more money than you probably should? You are definitely not alone. The number of people who have no idea how much they are spending is alarming. So, in this episode, Melissa Fradenburg will be sharing how to avoid the dreaded lifestyle creep so that you can have a better understanding of your overall finances and spending.
- Contact me with your tips for keeping spending down at email@example.com.
- Calculate your debt repayment with Credit Karma.
- Read Nerdwallet’s article about Lifestyle Creep.
- Watch Setting and Achieving Financial Goals.
- Listen to Episode 102: All About Emergency Reserves.
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