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Fabio Cortese
I have a question: in which category should you insert the expenses for the education like books, training course, ecc? Do you think are correct to put this expenses in the savings categories? I see them like an investment
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Invested In Me
Yo who mans is this, he’s got to be a genius or something
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PETER Kabinson
great ideas
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Jarex Zinn
I can’t live if of 50 for needs more like 85
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Rhonda Phillips
Wow I cannot read your writing dude can you write a little bit neater I'm trying to watch this video and learn but I can't read what you're writing on the board it's so messy
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Raaf Jansen
Dude this is impossible for low income I make 2000, 600 is the lowest rent, 880 for car gas groceries insurance and everything, that's 1480 total, that's 74 Only 520 left More like 74/13/13
Comment from : Raaf Jansen

As 19 year old who earns 150 a month this is very helpful for my future life
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Jasmine Joy Dicla
I'm 17 and yeah 50 of what I make goes to needs I give some to mom for groceries, some for wifi The other 50 goes to wants I get so little for my wants with everything being pricey nowadays brbrMy mom tells me I need to save up but like, buying what I want with my own money makes me feel like I'm healing from not getting anything I wanted when I was younger I hate that she's trying to tell me not to buy so much but I understand, I feel bad too but I just gotta
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Kimberly Salazar
The economic crisis is just a time that differentiates the wise from the other, the wise will invest right now either in stock or cryptocurrency just to hold some shares of something
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Aline Filipe
Since loosing my job what has been helping me is my investment in ETFs and penny stocks, accounting for over $ 7k monthly dividends still one of my best decisions in life
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Max Nguyen
Investing has changed my life perspective on how to succeed in life Working multiple jobs for money isn’t the optimal way to attain financial freedom Indeed trading has showed me that
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I have a question , if my parent pay fro ny food and everything , can i change ans save 60 and for wants 40 Is it ok?
Comment from : MrPickle

Christian Duval
I alway base my cost of living on minimum salaryall extra cash go for savingbrAlso when I get married 25years ago, I tell my wife the same rulebrWith all money pilling up and interest compoundI was able to take my retired at 40butI quit my six figure job to start my own early 2000brAt 57I when thru 3 mortgageI own manufacturing automated facility, rental property in Canada and USAlso I own my own personnal bankbrImagine, since 2013 my personnal imcome is $15 000 per yearand same thing fo the next 10 yearbrbrThat mean I paid ZERO personnalonly corporatebrbrOnly way to achieve that is to have no debt and live with passive investmentnot at your name
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Edward Sichilima
You super
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Washington Henry
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Mlungisi Zulu
😢😢My wants always pours over to my needs I am aware of the flaw now Discipline and committing to my budget is where I fail dismally 😞
Comment from : Mlungisi Zulu

ithabeleng mohlokonya
Thank just got my first job and had no idea how i can make a budget
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Paul M McKinney
I am very excited about the prospect of using cryptocurrency, not just as a money equivalent, but using it as a way to earn something as a result of doing some type of work
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Rob Lowe
The best decision I ever made in my life was investing in financial market Trust me guys, it pays!😊
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Tôn Thất Công
I realized that the secret to making a million is saving for a better investment I always tell myself you don't need that new Maserati or that vacation just yet That mindset helped me make more money investing For example last year I invested 80k in stocks (with the help of my Financial Advisor of course) and made about 246k, but guess what? I put it all back and traded with her again and now I'm rounding up close to a million
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Roger Fernandez
Thank you for this
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Deji Peter
Investing in cryptos now should be in every wise individuals list, in some months time you'll be ecstatic with the decision you made today
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Bethany Forrester
What’s the difference in this rule and the 80/20 rule other then you are splitting up the 80 into 50/30 for needs and wants
Comment from : Bethany Forrester

Jaes art
Thank you very muchgraduated high school last year and working for months now and I'm see no progressin my accountwasting it on my wants in daysits hard to change this habbit but by the grace of God it will
Comment from : Jaes art

What happens when your needs surpass 50? As in I earn $860 after tax, $490 goes on rent, $130 on food, $50 on petrol to get to work, $15 on car insurance, $18 on car registration, $45 on utilities, $22 on cell bills, not to mention unknown costs like doctors bills, medical prescriptions, car maintenance/repairs etc And just like that, your 50:30:20 rule sounds like a magical fairyland dream
Comment from : Loopy

Bella Trina
Am a new subscriber I just came across your page I must say I love this video this exactly the video I need right now🙌
Comment from : Bella Trina

If you have an exact figure of your “needs” each month and setting aside 50 each check almost doubles that number, should use that extra for savings or keep my needs bucket overflowing?
Comment from : igotWeedinhereCowboy

ملتقى دجلة والفرات
What about some groceries? Are they also included on necessities? Because a person can survive on bread and beans
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Jiren Sentry
I don't see how the 20 percent isn't a need And 30 percent seems quite high when factoring savings and debt payments
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Incognito Girl
"I know my wife will, but I'll be alright"brAnd just like that he was sleeping on the couch Lol
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Cringe Doctor
50 of my salary does not pay for my monthly needs lol
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I just started doing this in 2022 and my needs/wants categories sort of fused together I want to be debt free therefore i need to pay off my loans By the end of Feb I should have 2K saved up I'm poor, yet I'm honestly richI'm afraid to be debt free
Comment from : OwninFools

James Njoroge
Amazing Thanks Marko!
Comment from : James Njoroge

Extremely helpful with I'm in Africa and our schools are full of fake teaching
Comment from : TRYAN★STEAMZ

Renee Bills
Don't you think we are supposed to be taught all this in school? investment is part of a great idea though
Comment from : Renee Bills

Marina Nava
You can't die from not having shelter or eating nothing 😂🤣the fear
Comment from : Marina Nava

Where should your Emergency Fund be parked? We can't just have it sitting in a checking account It's got to be liquid to some degree and collecting more than that measly 2 interest Any suggestions?
Comment from : red4666

Jonathan Barbas
I'm saying $270 a day for 3 months
Comment from : Jonathan Barbas

Capital Note💸
Wow❕ brGreat Content Sir⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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Recently I’ve been getting back into fashion… which means a whole lot of shopping and I spent 50 of my noney Though I am not an adult saving is important to me
Comment from : Nina

I have a question, please answer mebrFor savings, when you have a lot of things to save for Do you save all in the same bank account How do you do it?
Comment from : PlayAsh

Arrious& sammy always&forever
I'm learning something from this video so I could be my own payee for my social security income
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Ravaugn ✨❤️
Thanks Marko!
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Julian Taylor
I really liked the video, keep it up bro!
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Steven paul
Never knew cryptocurrencys could be so challenging! Kept running back to these YouTube videos to learn more about this your video is indeed helpful
Comment from : Steven paul

Would insurance premiums count as wants or needs? I estimate about 20 of our income goes on insurance premiumsbrThankyou
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Maya Amandra
Can I know Car Loans in what category? Help me🙁
Comment from : Maya Amandra

What if i am a kid and i dont have needs because i am not paying for any of the remt electricity ext
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Dustii Santiago
Worth the watch, easy to understand and straight to the point!
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Angel Cedeno
I felt personally attacked when he said the grill I was gonna get was a want 😂
Comment from : Angel Cedeno

so i need to earn the double amount of my obligation outcomes adulting
Comment from : HAVA

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Sydney Scott
this was really informative, thank you for making this video
Comment from : Sydney Scott

Ace Punters
its not earth shutting information but; hell yeah, why not?
Comment from : Ace Punters

Prajjwal Pawar
i like ur old school white board approach its better thn facny presentation
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Thank you
Comment from : Pajah

NECRO: Storm
I'm currently working with 70 savings, 20 need, 10 wantbrbrI need a new car soon since my current one is a money pit of crap
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How To Steve
That's a very comfortable approach regarding how to manage your money Simple, not the most efficient, but it's a good start Thanks for sharing it!
Comment from : How To Steve

Williams Smith
The Success behind my profit earning in Bitcoin investment is not solely on my skills but the help of investing with an expert
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Valentin Hernandez
i would say 50 on needs and wants, 30 Investing, 20 Saving
Comment from : Valentin Hernandez

Very helpful info/content A could of follow-up questions: 1) What are your thoughts about how would/should the s breakdown differently for retirees? 2) For people with mortgages, does that get factored in to the 50 of living expenses/needs or the 20 of paying down debt? I'm assuming 50/needs, but would like to confirm TIA
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Advesh Darvekar
The education system doesn't want you to know all this stuff so that these big companies can take advantage to naive people who can't manage their income
Comment from : Advesh Darvekar

Animated World
Great 😃 thanks
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Nick inocencio
currently have 23k in student loans, make 44k a month, own a car paid out, credit card debt always under 30 utilization, 40 in investments, 20 spending on wants, 20 in savings, 20 going into debt what am i doing wrong?
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Yusuf Hamid
I am 27 and I have only one source of income but still get difficulty in budgeting especially saving what you suggest to me?
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lhitz Busaing
Thanks for this video sirlove it and it help me a lotGod bless you
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Kierra Drayton
I love this video, so simply put and easy to understand Definitely going to be using the 50/30/20 rule from now on
Comment from : Kierra Drayton

ashish ghosh
Thank u sir
Comment from : ashish ghosh

This is really important video
Comment from : Happy_Grateful_Soul

Webster Dark
It's never to late to learn I really want to start saving money
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DR Sarah Princess MWema
U r cute nd smart lol
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Melvin, the mighty man!
Comment from : Melvin, the mighty man!

Good Life
Many thanks I've never had my finances in some kind of structure and this will assist me greatly
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Samuel K
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Kaman Dan
love you marko no homo 🙂brkeep making more vids keep inspiring
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Jupiter Eye
This is almost impossible to maintain for most people Some places are so unaffordable, you can't have a year worth of expenses or even 6 months as that would be like 50-70k or more Who has that money laying around? Second, groceries, gas, utilities, have all gone up in many places, and now you have much more than 50 for these monthly expenses As for eating out, I myself don't eat out much at all, however, I would argue for many people it isn't actually that much cheaper, taking into account groceries affordability, electricity spent, gas, time spent which many people don't have The problem is that this modern lifestyle is consumer-oriented and hyper-growth oriented, these "ideal" ratios are way too hard to follow for many people For other people who had parents thinking a generation ahead, the road may be much easier
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Victor G
If I wanted to save up for a nice computer, would I put that under the savings category or (if it's for hobby) would I set aside $ from my wants category to save up for it? Some combo of the two?
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Pia Love
Yes! I like this rule :-)
Comment from : Pia Love

Daniel Adams
I like this
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Dextrose Ten
in money we always invest in what is relevant at time of exchange, futurely the smartest common investment is one whos value can be converted to a real world currency of choice, any object is as good as its guarantor such as a start up that seeks investment farming by issuing a limited number of an object
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Otis Moody
Its qlways earth shattering bro appreciate it
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Temapo Kaino
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The best investment I made was getting my builders license and building my house for my family Now I owe no one
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Tshire Letso
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Winnie Damian
Success depends on the actions or steps you take to achieve it Show me a man without investment and I'll tell you how long it takes to go bankrupt Investing creates a safe haven for the future With the right investment choice that has at least a 2 minimum risk and with the advice of an expert, profits and interest are 100 guaranteed
Comment from : Winnie Damian

Greatwe should be financial educated
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Raymond Simmons
Excellent video I am 60/15/25, although your 50/30/20 is a good model for most people It is such a good idea to think of your finances in terms of these 3 categories and making sure that you are saving at least that 20 Most of my 60 is food, rent, monthly bills and my car
Comment from : Raymond Simmons

Tricky William
Having a great personality sir!
Comment from : Tricky William

Very nice
Comment from : bsen

Ahh I make like 37k a year I’m 22 I feel like it’s so hard to get ahead of every day life till you get into a 47-57k a year for a single adult after my benefits and taxes and 401k I am thrown down to almost 1800 a month without overtime
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Brian Patel
Quick question, why not do 20 wants and 30 savings?
Comment from : Brian Patel

Steven Smith
i like it thanks
Comment from : Steven Smith

Ashton Gofer
I’m doing 25 to whatever you want and 75 to bills saving and everything else that are needed and 25 to spend I might go to 125 and save more but I don’t know
Comment from : Ashton Gofer

This may sound really stupid, but is it better to do a 50/30/20 monthly? Or is it possible incorporating that into a bi-weekly plan?
Comment from : JustJulia

Melinda Pierce
thank you
Comment from : Melinda Pierce

Like you said, it’s common sense but if we don’t actually look at the numbers it’s surprising how much is put in certain categories Thank you! Will definitely have to categorize my spending
Comment from : KingReyReyes

How would I break this apart? Like how could I separate my wants money and needs money How do I make sure that when I buy McDonald’s I’m using my “wants” money instead of needs?
Comment from : NotSam321

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