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presents presents Bevonomics: Bevonomics: Become your own Become your own personal accountant personal accountant Office of Student Financial Services Office of Student Financial Services
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             What is Bevonomics? A series of workshops designed to provide financial  literacy on campus and provide UT students and  faculty with the knowledge and tools to be  financially successful.  2
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  BEVONOMICS 101: BEVONOMICS 101: THE ART OF SPENDING and SAVING LIKE A THE ART OF SPENDING and SAVING LIKE A COLLEGE STUDENT COLLEGE STUDENT $ Monday April 19, 2010   5–6 pm WEL 3.402 BEVONOMICS 301: MANAGING CREDIT BEVONOMICS 301: MANAGING CREDIT $ Wednesday April 14, 2010    5–6 pm WEL 3.266 $ Thursday April 29, 2010        12–1 pm WEL 3.266 3 Office of Student Financial Services Office of Student Financial Services
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Why is Money Management Important? Helps you save money, so you can … pay your bills …buy what you NEED and decide what you WANT …be in control of YOUR money! Avoid financial hardships,   …using credit cards for non-emergencies …borrowing money from friends and family …damaging your credit and credit score 4
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Where does your money come from? -Financial aid -Parents -Job Where does your money go? Save all your receipts for at least 2 weeks. What  do you spend money on?  Evaluate your habits  Wants vs. Needs 5 Creating a Spending Plan
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Creating a Spending Plan Pay yourself  FIRST . Get in the habit of saving at least 10% of  your income for emergencies. Something unexpected  WILL   happen and you want to be prepared.   Spend less than you earn. 6 Some common expenses:    Groceries or Bevo Bucks Utilities (electricity, water, gas, cable, internet, etc) Insurance (car, health, renter’s) Cell phone bills (and the data package) Transportation costs (gas, parking, repair, loans) Credit card payments
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Become a Smart Shopper   find a better price  Clip coupons  and use them   Coupons.com            Slickdeals.net  Look for daily specials and student discounts    Save on campus: Free food at Student Org meetings & other on-   campus events See movies at the Union theater 7
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course ACC 310F taught by Professor Verduzco during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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