Everyone who keeps a budget overspends once in a while. Even the most disciplined spender occasionally makes a purchase that wasn’t in the budget at the beginning of the month. Doing this once in a blue moon won’t completely wreck your financial future; however, if you habitually overspend, it can prevent you from reaching your financial goals or aspirations.
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When people hear the word "budget," they tend to equate it with “restrictions” – how much they can afford to spend, what they’re allowed to spend it on, and capping overall spending so they can save more. They think about recording every penny that goes out so they can see where they’ve gone over-budget and how they can make up for it.