Thursday, December 4, 2008

Financial Nuggets - 2

The purpose of a budget is to help your money to grow. It is to assist you to have your necessities, and to the extent possible, your other desires. It is to enable you to obtain your most cherished desires by defending them from your casual wishes. Like a bright light in a dark cave, your budget shows up the leaks in your money and enables you to stop them and control your expenses for definite and gratifying purposes.

~Author George S. Clason...The Richest Man in Babylon

***The book was written in the 1920's so the above quote was revised for modern language (i.e thy to your, thee to you, etc).

Any thoughts or comments?

3 comments:

Sharon Rose said...

Hi there-thanks for stopping by!! I totally agree with your post today-I could not manage without a budget now, it is the must have for financial planning.

jpkittie said...

I think I am doing okay - I have been finding bright lights & filling them with used bubblegum ;)

Ms. MoneyChat said...

Sharon Rose: Thanks for your comment. Budgets are definitely a must. I'm not sure why thet get such a bad wrap but hopefully blogs like ours will change that perception.

jpkittie: LOL. Used bubblegum! Hey, at least they're getting filled;-).