One of the most important things that you can do for yourself and your family in a tough economy is set a budget. When you have been laid off, it is even more critical to know your financial needs and abilities. This skill can help keep you afloat as well as help ease your worries. Rest assured that there are ways to help reduce your financial strain and boost your budget.
Read on for tips on how survive in a personal budget crisis… Budgeting When You’re Broke
About the author:
Mandy Skinner is the Head of Client Services at The Wedge Group, Inc., where she has worked with organizations such as Cornell University and Prudential Securities. Her service and support are individualized to meet the changing and diverse needs of all The Wedge Group’s clients.
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