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How To Manage Your Money (50/30/20 Rule)

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In this video I present a high level overview on how to manage your money using the 50/30/20 Rule.

Money management is 90% discipline and 10% knowledge. The 50/30/20 rule will force you to create a budget and understand where every single one of your after-tax dollars is going.

50% of your budget should be spent on needs which are are things that are essential to life and that you literally cannot live without.

30% should be spent on wants which could be classified as things that bring you joy and happiness, but are NOT essential to living. (Dining out, entertainment, hobbies, etc.)
The final 20% should be spent on savings, paying off debt, and retirement planning.

I feel like a lot of people confuse wants for needs, and we know the difference deep down, but we really want the one that we don't have the self-discipline to say no.

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My mission is to provide my viewers with actionable content that enables them to create financial wealth. My videos are a reflection of my real-world experience as a real estate investor, stock market investor, student of finance, and entrepreneur.

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πŸ’¬ Comments on the video
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I don't know why this stuff isn't taught in grade school.

Author β€” WWW.

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My supervisor who makes way more than me said she needs a place to live because her landlord is selling. Should've seen the look on her face when I told her I had a vacancy at one of my rentals.

Author β€” E Rodriguez

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50/50 is how i roll, i was in debt never again, im addicting to saving money now. i'll never be poor again!

Author β€” HotShotVQ35

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Me:
40% needs
10% savings
50% her πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Author β€” Neil Patrick Jaramilla

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10%tithe
20% personal reward
30%saving
40% needs

Author β€” DANNY

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I'm looking at this dudes handwriting like, yup he's definitely a teacher

Author β€” Skyy Howard

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I currently have 60% going to savings. Just graduated college with 0 debt too!

Author β€” Jim Bob

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As a 15 year old I'm taking advantage of not having "needs". Saving money, working

Author β€” DeeJay LJ

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No apologies for short videos bro! i prefer to listen short, real information rather than hours of BS. keep up the good work, thank you for aducating us.

Author β€” osytrognsy

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As a general rule. I've used for years. Be grateful and give thanks to God YAHWEH for what you earn.
Then:
1. 10% Tithes and give offerings
2. Pay your bills.
3. Save some
4. Spend some
5. Wisely invest some

Consistency is the key πŸ”‘.
Make a list of all your bills,
needs, wants and desires.
Then plan and budget your income accordingly.
Live within your means.

Author β€” Omega One

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Having a wife can help you become rich or poor. The latter is true for me.πŸ˜”πŸ˜ž

Author β€” Fred

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I'm retired and 5 months away from "debt free". Single, house & cars paid for, etc. Net income is $38K. My needs are 1/3 net and my wants are nearly nothing these days. I feel positively rich!

Author β€” 1redrubberball

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Whoever is reading this I hope you will have a successful and meaningful 2019!

Author β€” MindGrit by Dr. Rey Fremista

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Youtuber: "My name is Marco..."
Me:" POLO"

Author β€” Akash Shukla

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Great video however I would say that your 20% savings/debt should be higher that your wants especially if u have debt. When u have debt your wants have to decrease.

Author β€” Donnie Burns

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Drop that *wants* category to 0% and then you will be in line with my Russian mom’s philosophy. What a coincidence.

Author β€” Daniel Iles

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Major anxiety attack because my net income is literally almost all my needs.

Author β€” MIG

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50% savings, 35% bills, 15%spending is my monthly budget worked out to.

Author β€” Aaron Wade

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I'm in college, Its paid for and I still live with my parents. I'm working as well, don't have anything I need to pay for until I get a car, so 100% savings. Not really, but mostly haha.

Author β€” Austy

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I would say paying off debt is in the needs category

Author β€” Tyto Do'Urden