...closing one or more of your savings accounts make you anxious? As if you’d be irresponsible? I mean, savings goes in savings accounts, right? Banks have savings accounts.They want you...
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Because their dollars aren’t included in your categories, it’s not absolutely necessary to add your investment accounts to your budget. But, if you’re looking for a bit more clarity while...
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Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are tax-advantaged medical savings accounts, and they’re on the rise in popularity. You don’t have to track your HSA in YNAB–after all, that account only has...
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...The beauty of using your categories to tell you the purpose of your money is that you can now have fewer accounts to keep track of! The fewer accounts you...
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All those categories and goals in your budget need money, and that money is in your accounts. Time to add ’em. Checking Account Start with the main account that holds...
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...accounts, plus any positive credit card balances. If you have any checking or savings accounts that are overdrawn, be sure to subtract that amount from your total number. (An overdrawn...
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...failed, or that your accounts are broken. It just means an error happened at some point since your last reconciliation (or since you started the account in YNAB, if you’ve...
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...checking accounts (or even more)—one joint account and two individual accounts. That sounds an awful lot like separating money by yours, mine, and ours, so you might be thinking it’s...
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