How to make a budget : The saving canvas class

How to make a budget? This question is extremely tricky for most people.  That is why we came up with the saving canvas. However, It is important to stress that the tool main goal is to look at your spending holistically not just from a monetary standpoint.

How to make a budget: Course overview


    • Definition of a budget?
    • Definition of the saving canvas
    • The saving canvas vs other budgeting templates
    • The different part of the saving canvas
    • Understand the saving canvas blocks
    • Building a saving canvas with an example

Methodology:

The course is online and you can take at any time and everywhere.

Become a student: Enroll in the budgeting class

After you attend this course, you will improve in your budgeting. Moreover, this course will equip you with an entire perspective when it comes to making your budget.

Cost: $199 (or 3 payments of $69).

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Questions

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The Saving Canvas Illustrated

How to build a budget made simple with The saving canvas illustrated. Below, you will find an illustrative example. Indeed, it is a series of video that will improve the tool understanding.

Takeaways: How to build a budget

It is important to stress that the tool main goal is to look at your spending holistically not just from a monetary standpoint. Actually, most budgeting tools will exclusively focus on the monetary aspect of your spend. Thus, underestimating the impact of non-monetary value in your budgeting.

Time, for example, is a critical element that affects your budget. The total cost of making your own food is the sum total of the money you spend on buying and paying for the resources and your availability. Generally called opportunity cost.