15 Alternative Words And Phrases To Use When Describing Budgeting

Many people despise the idea of budgeting. They feel it is very challenging and restricting. As a natural born spender, I used to feel the same way. In fact, I came up with poetry to describe my view of budgeting and financial planning.

My name is JOE.
Budgets make me say “NO.”
That interrupts my FLOW,
So the budget’s got to GO!

While I’m not making plans to become a full-time poet any time in the near future, I’m confident many people will agree with the sentiment of my literary work of art!

I’ve discovered that budgeting actually is the most FREEING thing I’ve ever done with money. It’s freed me of stress, given me a longer-term perspective, and helped me avoid tons of horrible financial mistakes.

Here are 15 Alternative Words And Phrases To Use When Describing Budgeting:

  1. Financial Planning
  2. Cash Flow Planning
  3. Financial Stress Reducer
  4. Impulsive Decision Preventer
  5. Motivator
  6. Marriage Uniter
  7. Dream Funding
  8. Money Maximizer
  9. Earmarking
  10. Provisioning
  11. Opportunity Maker
  12. Obstacle Destroyer
  13. Freedom Giver
  14. Fun Finder
  15. Money Management

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2 Comments

  1. RobS on April 4, 2014 at 9:43 am

    “Spending plan” — we have a plan to spend something, we just have to identify the priorities for allocating all the dollars.

    If we spend on latte, we might not spend on clothing, etc.



  2. TimmyJimmyL on October 4, 2017 at 9:21 am

    This short article is exactly what I was looking for! I like all the suggestions, but I think my favorite is the one in RobS’ comment. I am going start calling our budget our spending plan, when I want to work on the budget I’ll suggest we do some spending planning! I think the word we use and make all the difference. Calling it spending planning focuses on the positive aspect and helps to create an attitude of prosperity.

    Thanks!



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