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There are seven steps on the map to financial freedom. In the first step, we should save $1,000 for emergencies and start using a budget. In the second step, we should be increasing our emergency savings to one month’s worth of income, and we should be paying off our credit cards. The third step tells us to increase our emergency savings to 3 months’ worth of income and to pay off all consumer debt. In the fourth step we can begin to save for major purchases, retirement, your children’s education (if you have them), and for a business (if you want to start one). One of the best strategie

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    strategies in keeping tabs on your money is using a budget. This can help you to save on a monthly basis and to track where your money is going. People that end up being well off typically started off with, and adhered to, a budget. Below, you will have the opportunity to practice setting up a budget using the numbers given.

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    is that all there is to the question

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