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Find your baseline

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Tracking your expenses might be one of the most important tasks included in your budgeting routine. You might have clients that tend to struggle with saving money. This week Liz Frugalwoods is on to give advice on how to think more about better expense choices that will benefit you in the long run.

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Ready to ring in the new year? Put your best foot forward and check out this week’s episode all about how you could improve your saving habits! https://realwealthmedia.com

Elizabeth Willard-Thames was able to retire at 32 and live the dream, all thanks to her simple living and good budgeting habits. This week, Liz joins us to talk about how you could achieve financial success through saving too! https://realwealthmedia.com

Without a budget in place, you put yourself at risk for out-of-control spending. This week, we discuss how to budget, as well as what other steps you can take to protect your financial security. https://realwealthmedia.com

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If anyone knows anything about budgeting, it’s Elizabeth Willard-Thames! Otherwise known as Mrs. Frugalwoods, Liz has been able to enjoy life to the fullest all while living simply and saving money. Check out what tips Liz has to offer this week! https://realwealthmedia.com

Being on a budget may seem constricting from a financial standpoint but being able to successfully budget allows you to save money in the long run! Join us this week as we meet with Mrs. Frugalwoods herself to discuss the importance of budgeting your finances. https://realwealthmedia.com

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New year, new habits! … https://realwealthmedia.com

Ready to ring in the new year? Put your best foot forward and check out this week’s episode all about how you could improve your saving habits! https://realwealthmedia.com

Elizabeth Willard-Thames was able to retire at 32 and live the dream, all thanks to her simple living and good budgeting habits. This week, Liz joins us to talk about how you could achieve financial success through saving too! https://realwealthmedia.com

Without a budget in place, you put yourself at risk for out-of-control spending. This week, we discuss how to budget, as well as what other steps you can take to protect your financial security. https://realwealthmedia.com

When it comes to finances, it’s important to have a baseline amount of money that you can save and spend each month. How can you find your baseline? Click that link to find out! https://realwealthmedia.com

Share this tweet with someone who maybe needs to save a little more and spend a little less. Then, have them check out this week’s episode! https://realwealthmedia.com

I can’t see a difference, what about you? https://realwealthmedia.com

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