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At Society of Grownups, we think of a budget as really just a tool—an estimate of your income and expenses for a set period of time. And when we work on budgets, we prefer to have you think of your goals and what is important to you, and then allocate your funds to those things that matter most. This approach helps make sure that your money goes to your priorities, whether that means spending or saving.

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