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Age Action – 23 April 2012 Fionnuala Carolan Sarah Kenny
National Consumer Agency Who we are Our helpline:1890 432 432 Website: www.nca.ie
WWW.NCA.IE Consumer and Personal Finance Budget planners Calculators The Economiser
5 Step Plan 1.Keeping track of your money 2.Income and Expense check 3.Identifying money goals 4.Budget Planner 5.Review Money Saving Tips Economiser
Sorting out your money Step 1 Know what you spend Keep a spending diary
Sorting out your money Step 2 Know what you have coming in Do a financial health check
Sorting out your money Step 3 Identify your financial goals Make a money goal plan
Sorting out your money Step 4 Budget Planner
Sorting out your money Step 5 Review Budget Goals
Sorting out your money Money Saving Tips 1.Groceries 2.Utility Bills 3.Cars 4.Insurance policies
The Economiser Sorting out your money
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Contents Topic Sorting out your money Step 1 Know what you spend Keep a spending diary Use the spending calculatorspending calculator.
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