A discussion subreddit for popular budgeting software You Need A Budget. Feel free to post any news, questions, budget strategies, tips & tricks and advice related to YNAB.
Related to personal finance, budgeting, money and financial matters.
This is a place for people who are or want to become Financially Independent (FI), which means not having to work for money.
Financial Independence is closely related to the concept of Early Retirement/Retiring Early (RE) - quitting your job/career and pursuing other activities with your time.
At its core, FI/RE is about maximizing your savings rate (through less spending and/or higher income) to achieve FI and have the freedom to RE as fast as possible.
Advice, challenges, questions, inspiration and discussions about how to be able to handle all the stuff you have and how to get rid of things you no longer need or want.
For people who want to tidy up and get rid of their clutter (physical, visual, digital, or otherwise).
Designed to be a related site to /r/minimalism, however it's up to you to decide how much or how little you want.
CRedit's main goal is to improve your credit, keep it healthy, and support you in decisions that you make that may affect your credit livelihood.
We are here to support you if you need an advice on closing/opening a credit card, removing negative information from your report, qualifying for a new card/mortgage/loan, investigating unknown information on your report and much more.
Learn about personal finance: budgeting, saving, getting out of debt, building credit, investing, and planning for retirement. Please join our community focused on financial education and helping each other!