To each their own equation

To each their own equation

Where does your money go? Take a minute to assess what you spend on basic expenses, non-essentials and your big plans.

What's your equation?

Your equation is the basics + some fun + your dream. How much can you put towards basic and still cover your fun and save enough for your dream? Ask yourself the right questions and you'll find your equation.

Basics

The basics are essential expenses—what you need to live—like housing costs, groceries, transportation and school fees.

Fun

Fun includes the small pleasures of life—the ones that make you feel good—like going to the movies, happy hour, eating out with friends and doing sports.

Dream

Your dreams are your big plans. They make you want to save, give you something to look forward to every day and might include travelling, buying a home or going back to school.

Find your equation

My fun is worth every compromise

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My equation? Sports before everything else. Depending on the stage of your life or future ambitions, your priorities could change. What's your equation?

My comfort is my basic need

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My equation: It starts with me wanting to be comfortable at home. Depending on the stage of your life or future ambitions, your priorities could change. What's your equation?

My dream is to have all my basics covered

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My equation helps me see where my money goes. Depending on the stage of your life or future ambitions, your priorities could change. What's your equation? Take the quiz to find out!

My work is my source of daily fun

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My equation: I'm an entrepreneur who works from home. Depending on the stage of your life or future ambitions, your priorities could change. What's your equation?

My dream is to live in the present

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My equation: I march to my own beat. Depending on the stage of your life or future ambitions, your priorities could change. What's your equation?