Why It’s Important to Know How to Manage Your Money

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In today’s electronically-oriented society, a surprising number of people never learn to create a budget, balance a checkbook or handle other everyday tasks to keep track of finances. Many of us are simply too busy with our fast-paced lives and believe we can’t afford to take the time. The fact is, though, it’s more important now than ever to know how to manage your money. The high-speed, digital society we live in brings new pitfalls to avoid and the old ones are still there, too. Let’s look at a few good reasons to know where your money is going.

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2 Responses to Why It’s Important to Know How to Manage Your Money

  1. baselle says:

    It’s good practice in case you get big money.

    You might get an inheritance, you might win the lotto, you might get the dream job. Being able to handle your “small money” means you can better weather a windfall. If you don’t learn how to handle your money a windfall magnifies the issue.

  2. Gail says:

    Remember the old saying. Take care of the pennies and the dollars will take care of themselves.

    When I saw the title of this article, all I could think of is knowing how to manage your money should be so sensible and logical, it is if you had written an article on know how to breath. Breathing and handling your money are both essential to life.

    You may never come into money in one big swoop, but if you handle your money carefully, you may find one day that you have a big amount of money that you have gathered over the years.

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