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Budgets Made Easy
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Here is a paper shopping list versus a FitFin list.  Does your list look like the one on the left?  If so, here are 10 reasons why you should switch to FitFin:

1. Why re-create your list each week?
2. You can actually read a FitFin list.
3. You won't leave it on the counter.
4. You can organize your list order.
5. Add items from anywhere, at any time.
6. Items can be added by multiple users.
7. Check items off as you shop.
8. FitFin tells you what you'll likely spend.
9. Check your budget right from your list.
10. Create lists for ALL your stores.

When you use a paper list, you don't know if your shopping trip will cost you $20, $50, or $100!  Our list helps you stay in control of what you spend.  Check us out and sign up for free at www.fitfin.com.
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This factoid surprises me.  How do you rate on the spending spectrum? Take our quiz to find out! 

Go to fitfin.com to create a budget for FREE!

http://fitfinblog.com/2014/06/17/are-you-a-saver-or-a-spender-take-the-fitfin-quiz-to-find-out/
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Here is a sample of FitFin's Budgets Overview page. It's color-coded (green, yellow, or red, based on your spending) so you can know where your budget stands in seconds. The overall status for the month is at the top, followed by budgets vs. income. Individual active budgets are below that, where you can get detailed info (expense detail and a month-by-month history) for each budget simply by clicking on an individual bar. 

It's quick and easy. Check us out for FREE at fitfin.com! Review our how to videos in the footer section of the site to learn more.
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It's never too early to plan for holiday spending. Check out our latest blog for tips on setting up a holiday budget (and sticking with it). 

http://fitfinblog.com/2014/08/03/christmas-budget-in-july/
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Having apprehension about your personal budget?  You're not alone...
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