Ways to Participate in No Spending March
Make a no spending rule. This typically means no “frivolous” spending. So stuff like groceries, gas, etc. is still necessary.
Start a Budget. Whether you’re spending or not this month, budgets are a great thing to get in control of.
Set a goal to pay off debt. Put a plan into action to pay off your debt. Whether it’s a goal to have X amount of debt paid off by the end of the month, or a plan to pay more or on time better-just get started.
File your taxes & be responsible with the tax return. If you haven’t done this already, it’s best to tackle it as early as possible. I’ve already filed, received my return, and paid off all credit card debt with it.
Open a Saving’s Account. If you don’t have one already, this is a MUST for financial health.
File your taxes & be responsible with the tax return. If you haven’t done this already, it’s best to tackle it as early as possible. I’ve already filed (take it from me, use an online tax calc), received my return, and paid off all credit card debt with it.
No Spending Blog Prompts
How do you handle debt?
Tips & Tricks for Better Finances
How do you spend your money? Give us a breakdown of where it all goes. (Useful for you to see also.)
What tools do you use to manage your finances?
Who handles the finances in your family? You? Your husband? Your parents? Why?
Where do you go for financial advice?
Share your favorite finance-related pins and websites.
What are your financial goals?
Showcase your savings from not spending this month.