Money Systems – made simple

Financial systems – what works for you?

Finding systems and using them is a wonderful adventure – when something works it’s so fab! What we must do then is cement the systems that work well into place. What is your system for saving, investing and keeping your financial life healthy?

One idea that works for me – I have percentages I use each time I’m paid.

10% goes to tithe – this is a principal from long ago – to help those where you are spiritually fed by –

10% to savings – so there’s money in an account for those times in life where unexpected expenses spring up – new tires let’s say or an appliance that stops.

10% to invest – in things important – retirement, travel, education, dreams or even for Christmas gifts at the end of the year, it matters not what that extra is for – it matters most that you have it to use.

Sometimes a person can think – “I can barely make it with everything I’m paid! How am I supposed to take 30% of my pay out?” –

It’s all a matter of determining the life you’re creating – and getting it systemized.

You create it – you can live on whatever you deem the right amount. You decide where you spend your money and what you use it for – however there are many more options when you have a financial system that you stick to and that supports you.

When it comes to money systems – make it simple!

Fun final quote for you around this theme by Roger W. Babson who said, “More people should learn to tell their dollars where to go instead of asking them where they went.”

You create your day by the way you think!
Go make it magnificent!


~ by Shawna Schuh on January 21, 2010.

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