Here are 13 easy ways to simplify your expenses and manage your money.
1. Track your cash.
To be fiscally fit you need to know how much goes in and out of your account. Keep monthly records of your spending and living expenses.
2. Get organized.
Keep ATM transaction receipts, bills, purchases and tax records organized together in labeled files. This will help you stay on track with your budget and make it easier when it's time to pay bills...
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