The Scenario
Do you think online budgeting profiles are worth the time to set up?
Sam Savings Sam

Savings Sam
Absoutely. I crunch numbers for work anyhow, so I don't think the extra few hours are a problem. It is well-worth it to be able to have a clear picture of your finances.
Bonnie Balanced Bonnie

Balanced Bonnie
I was a little reluctant, because I'm so busy, but little by little, I was able to set everything up. Now, I am able to run reports and see exactly how I am spending my money, and where my financial habits can improve. I'm glad I invested the time.
Ian Impulsive Ian

Impulsive Ian
Not really. I'm a busy person. Who's got time for that? I've said it before and I will say it again, as long as I have a few hundred dollars in the bank at all times, I'll be fine.

Part I

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