This is the course you’ve been asking for—everything your class members possibly need to know about budgeting, all in one place.
How is the course different from Lesson 1 in FPU?
Consider this course a deep dive into budgeting. Your members will find answers to all their questions around creating (and sticking to) a budget. But the best part? This course provides need-to-know info on how to budget based on your current life stage—because budgeting isn’t always one-size-fits-all.
Is the Budgeting That Actually Works course part of the FPU curriculum?
No. Like The Legacy Journey or Smart Money Smart Kids, this course is completely optional. But mastering budgeting is a key part of the journey to financial peace—so encourage your class members to watch it!
Members will stream the Budgeting That Actually Works lessons on their own, meaning you won’t need any new resources for future classes. No new DVDs. No new Leader Materials.
What is each lesson about?
The Budgeting That Actually Works course has four lessons, plus one bonus lesson. Here’s what members can expect from each:
Lesson 1: Why We Budget
Learn the many reasons why budgeting is the only way to win with money.
Lesson 2: How to Budget (Based on your Baby Step)
Learn step by step how to create a zero-based budget using EveryDollar based on which Baby Step you are on.
Lesson 3: How to Budget (Based on your phase of Life)
Learn step by step how to create a zero-based budget using EveryDollar based on your phase of life. Married, Engaged, have kids, or single, there is a lesson for you!
Lesson 4: The 4 Common Traits of Great Budgeters
Based on recent surveys, we discovered four traits that the best budgeters have in common. Learn why those traits make you a better budgeter and how to develop them in your own life.
Lesson 5: Common Budgeting Questions
How do you budget for items you don’t buy every month? How about seasonal expenses and sinking funds? How do you get your bill’s due dates to line up with your paychecks? Rachel walks through our top five most asked questions on budgeting.
Plus, watch extra videos tailored to help you budget whether you’re single, engaged, married or have children.