Personal Budgeting Course

Do you want to grow your savings?

Do you want to cut your monthly costs?

Do you need help managing debt?
Everybody dreams of being financially secure, but the realities can be far from this.

Personal finance can be a daunting task and can sometimes reveal things that you don't want to see.

Having a clear idea of where you are financially need not be as scary and depressing as you might think.
My aim is to show you that by managing your monthly finances, you can have some control of your money.
If you leave your finances unattended, they can have a life of their own, and can very quickly spiral out of control. Debt is a fact of modern life and shouldn't necessarily be seen as a bad thing. Too much debt and unmanaged debt are bad things.
Some people with messy finances will bury their head in the sand and hope that somehow things will work out for the best.
Some people believe that earning more money will solve the problem, which is not always the case. It's more about controlling your spending habits, because sometimes having more money means you spend it just the same.
Even if your finances are in a mess, you need to have the courage to look at them now, as there may be ways of making them better. It's not an easy task and it does take a lot of self control and discipline in order to bring them under control.
Knowing where you are financially is the start of the battle, as this will show you what changes need to be made. Then you can move forward.
So how can I help?
I am offering a six month course, whereby I can give practical budgeting tips and advice to help guide you in the right direction. This includes an initial consultation to see what your aims and goals are, a budgeting spreadsheet and then monthly catch-ups to see how you are progressing.

To find out more about my eleven years in the finance world and my four years running Masters Bookkeeping Services check out my website:

The cost of the course is £150 payable upfront.
While I can support and offer guidance, the responsibility for your finances lies solely with you. I am not a financial adviser, and I will not recommend individual products or investment opportunities. I will make suggestions based on my own experience, but you will need to make inquiries and investigate options to see if they are right for you, and that you understand them fully.
If you would like to find out more, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Here's to happy money!

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