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November 16, 2020
Budgeting Series
Key Question
Have you ever thought of budgeting as a skill to practice? In fact, budgeting is a combination of a few skills. And you can get better at budgeting by improving in any or all of these subskills.

How do my family and I think about money and budget and how do we talk about it?

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Finance Education: Budgeting for Teens

``Many of us don't realize how much we spend. Luckily, this video will help you manage your money so your dough doesn't go.``

Video

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: Budgeting 101 Online Course

``With this resource, students are given the hands-on opportunity to create budgets for fictional ``Regan`` during her sophomore year in nursing school, and, later, as a recent graduate with an apartment and a new car. ``

Online Resource

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NPR: How To Spend Less Money, Starting With A Budget

``But during the coronavirus pandemic, keeping tabs on where your money is going is a good first step to cutting back on spending and saving more, if you're able to do so.``

Podcast

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CCEE: Three skills to improve your budgeting

``Changing your mindset and practical skills``

Podcast

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College Prep Podcast: Wise Budgeting Advice from a Teenager

``Eighteen year old Jason Esguerra is a budgeting enthusiast who Gretchen first met in a Facebook group for YNAB (You Need a Budget), a unique budgeting software that has garnered a large group of avid supporters.``

Podcast

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