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Standard Blog Post $107.50

Vacation budgeting: You don't have to strip your life to save money

Discuss ways to save money for a vacation that don't involve having to cut out fun between now and then. Could include automatic savings websites like Digit and Acorns. Client ideas are welcomed.

Casey H

Casey H

United States

Customer Ratings 57
$5.69K Earned
97% Job Acceptance
74% Followed Guidelines
74% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $76.75

Your Personal Budget Bliss

I love doing personal budgets, but I know not everyone does. I would start off the project by introducing the topic and explaining what budgets are for those who don't know, then I would move on to why budgets are vitally important when it comes to personal finance. As for the reader creating their own personal budget, I would recommend that they use a spreadsheet, round down their monthly income to an increment ending in 25 ($2000, $2025, $2050, or $2075) to make it easier to do the math. To make budgeting even easier, I would mention rounding up the cost of something to the nearest increment of 25 (If something is $185, then they would round up to $200). Lastly, before the conclusion, I would introduce the 'Doesn't exist pot' where they would put the money rounded down their monthly income from and put it in a separate location. If their monthly income is $3185, and they round down to $3100, then they put that $85 per month in a separate location and they would save $1,020 in a year.

Tonya F

Tonya F

Hoquiam, Washington, United States

Customer Ratings 4
$142 Earned
100% Job Acceptance
100% Followed Guidelines
100% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

Top 10 Ways To Budget As A Parent

Introduction: As many people know, raising children is costly in both time and money. They are the job that never stops. Below are some ideas, from grocery lists to apps, that will help you save money for when you need it most. In the outline for this topic, I have written down some ideas such as: • Planning for new shoes: Parents always seem to be caught off guard when it comes to shoes, so this section will quickly cover how many times kids outgrow shoes by age group • Meal Prepping: Saves both time and money, and creating a weekly, biweekly, or monthly menu will help cut down on expenses • Using grocery lists: Cuts down on time spent at the store, especially helpful if you do an aisle by aisle list • Couponing: Saves money, the parent can have the child help •Thirft shops and garage sales • Apps: There are apps which have items for sale at a low cost. • Banking: Switching to a bank that has no fees • Budget overhaul: Assess needs vs wants • Find a way to reduce childcare expenses, such as finding a parent with an opposite schedule • Downgrade the car: This would help save on insurance costs. Or, depending on where they live, go car free

Tonya F

Tonya F

Hoquiam, Washington, United States

Customer Ratings 4
$142 Earned
100% Job Acceptance
100% Followed Guidelines
100% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

Tips for Traveling to Europe on a Budget

Tips for planning a European vacation on a budget (using airbnb or couchsurfing to find a place to stay, using regional airlines, packing light to avoid luggage fees, etc).

Karla R

Customer Ratings 0
$2.8K Earned

Short Blog Post $49.50

How to Create a Healthy Meal Plan on a Budget

This blog post would cover how to create a healthy meal plan on a budget. It will include shopping strategies, how to reuse menu items in other meals for the week, and meat-free dishes.

Melanie G

Melanie G

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Short Blog Post $63.75

Top 5 Ways To Increase Savings On A Tight Budget

This article seeks to highlight 5 ways for families on a low-income to save: from using the 'jars' system of budgeting to cutting all unnecessary media expenditure. The article highlights ways in which all members of the family can take part.

Michelle M

Michelle M

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 3
$2.32K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
33% Followed Guidelines
100% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $106.25

Top 5 Ways To Increase Savings On A Tight Budget

This article seeks to highlight 5 ways for families on a low-income to save: from using the 'jars' system of budgeting to cutting all unnecessary media expenditure. The article highlights ways in which all members of the family can take part.

Michelle M

Michelle M

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 3
$2.32K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
33% Followed Guidelines
100% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

6 Las Vegas Strip Restaurants for People on a Budget

You don't need to spend a fortune to enjoy some fantastic food on the Las Vegas strip. Here are six great restaurants that offer entrees for less than $15 - ranging from burger joints to pizza restaurants.

Malcolm C

Malcolm C

England, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 240
$29.6K Earned
99% Job Acceptance
81% Followed Guidelines
75% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $76.75

Why You Need to Live By the 60-20-20 Budget

Explains to consumers why the 60-20-20 budget works best. This budget recommends 60% of one's income for needs (housing, food, clothing, etc.), 20% for savings (emergency funds, funding retirement accounts, etc.), and 20% for "fun" or things you want to do. This budget is the perfect balance of needs/savings/wants. This piece will introduce the budget to consumers and explain why it would be beneficial for their family to use this budget to accommodate their lifestyle. It allows you to save and have fun without neglecting the basics or being caught in a dilemma if an emergency ever strikes.

Chelsea J

Chelsea J

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Short Blog Post $49.50

Ways to Go Green, Save Green: sustainable living on a budget

A list style post outlining ways to live sustainably (eco-design, using the local economy, and reusing/repurposing) while on a budget. Aimed primarily at millennials and others concerned with green living.

Lauren E

Lauren E

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Standard Blog Post $76.75

How to Save for the Holidays

This article will highlight easy ways to save and budget for the holidays. It will include setting aside fixed amounts each month, buying in sales, skipping items like luxury coffee and more.

Rachael R

Rachael R

Dorchester, England, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 191
$20.5K Earned
99% Job Acceptance
80% Followed Guidelines
73% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $107.50

Managing Your Money in the New Year

This post will discuss techniques and websites to help you budget and manage your money in 2017. It will help readers set and meet financial goals in the new year.

Julie W

Julie W

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States

Customer Ratings 103
$15.3K Earned
100% Job Acceptance
95% Followed Guidelines
98% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $113.75

X Ways to Transform Spending Into Saving

If the idea of saving for your child’s future seems daunting, don’t despair. Every budget has some low-hanging fruit that’s easy to pluck. A list of some of the easier, more painless ways to cut household spending to redirect those savings directly into investments for college.

Elizabeth T

Elizabeth T

Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States

Customer Ratings 489
$71.7K Earned
99% Job Acceptance
92% Followed Guidelines
94% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $107.50

How Personal Finance is Evolving Through Mobile Apps

Mobile applications are continuously evolving how we manage our personal finances, whether that's investing, savings, budgeting or payments. This post will explore that very dynamic of our relationships with finance through our phones.

Brian L

Brian L

Sayreville, New Jersey, United States

Customer Ratings 12
$2.91K Earned
96% Job Acceptance
61% Followed Guidelines
57% Customer Happiness

Standard Blog Post $76.75

How Writers can keep their accounts organized

This article will outline ways in which writers can get their accounts in order and keep financial planning on track. It will include budgeting for less income on some months, invoicing promptly and more.

Rachael R

Rachael R

Dorchester, England, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 191
$20.5K Earned
99% Job Acceptance
80% Followed Guidelines
73% Customer Happiness

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