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Be a Financial Ninja Even with Adult ADHD

When most people occasionally bounce a check or forget to pay a bill, they may put it down to forgetfulness or a busy work schedule. However, for adults with ADHD, managing money can often be a constant struggle. Trouble with planning, organizing and self-control are the opposite of what it takes to successfully manage your personal finances. Having ADHD does not mean you are destined for financial problems. The key is creating a simple plan and put it in place, step by step.

ADHD Budgeting Made Easy! (a.k.a. Get your spending under control)

Do you always seem to be running out of money? Are you one of the reasons banks can afford to give away free checking? Do you often leave the house with great intentions, but get swept away in the moment and spend more than you had planned? A budget helps you think about what you want to spend when you are in the space to use your best judgment. Here are simple ways to make a budget that you can stick to.