Money Management

Managing your money successfully means making the most of every dollar you have so you can enjoy the greatest return from your finances. Good money management takes personal finance beyond basic monthly budgeting to ensure you get the most out of your money to have a financially successful life. It also involves planning ahead to ensure you’re ready for any financial hardship or issue that may arise down the road so you’re not caught off guard by the unexpected.

At Consolidated Credit Solutions we’re experts at helping you manage your money successfully. If you have questions about how to manage your money better or you need help to get the most out of your monthly budget, give us a call at 1-888-294-3130. A certified credit counselor can review your situation and offer the advice and financial resources you need to be financially successful.


What is money management?

Money management simply means making the most of the money you have and getting the highest return on any dollar spent. Whereas budgeting makes sure you don’t spend more than you earn from day to day and month to month, money management makes sure the dollars you spend are providing the maximum benefit or yield possible. For the most part, this means looking at where you spend your money and developing strategies to cut costs in your budgeted expenses.

When used well, good money management techniques can add up to big savings. With a solid budget and strategic money management, you can maximize the money you put towards expenses and use your savings to plan for the future. In addition, you can also ensure that you’re prepared for any financial pitfalls or unexpected costs that may arise in the future.  


Cutting Healthcare Costs

Expensive emergency healthcare bills can easily send your finances spiraling out of control. Managing money for healthcare costs involves assuring you’re ready when health issues arise. It also ensures you’re not paying more than you should to live a healthy life when it comes to insurance costs and preventative care.

Learn how to spend less as you stay healthy


Cutting Car Costs

Transportation is often one of people’s biggest expenses next to food and bills. Learning how to manage the money put towards your car costs can help you save by allowing you to make sure you’re not just throwing money away. Find ways to cut your automotive and transportation costs, so you can spend less to get where you need to go.

Find ways to reduce your automotive costs


Cutting Energy Costs

Energy bills can cost you thousands each year. Managing your energy costs can help you ensure you aren’t paying more than you need to for basic necessities. With the right strategy you can reduce your energy costs to free up more money in your budget and make the most of what you spend.

Use less energy and save more money


Disaster Planning

Being prepared both physically and financially for the unexpected can help you avoid getting into a financial bind because of a natural disaster. With the right strategy in place, you can make sure your finances are prepared to see you through when disaster strikes.

Get your finances prepared to weather the storm