Using this effective cash-based budgeting tool in a cash-less society

Adapting the Envelope Budgeting System to a Digital World

by Gary Foreman & Shane Tripcony


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The Digital Envelope Budgeting System

The envelope budgeting system has been around for decades and those who use it swear by its success in helping one maintain a budget. But it requires that you carry cash. And many of us rarely carry the stuff these days. How can this effective budgeting tool be used by those who only carry a debit or credit card and do all banking online? In this edition of Ask The Dollar Stretcher, Gary Foreman, editor of The Dollar Stretcher.com and Shane Tripcony of BestPrepaidDebitCards.com explain an easy way to adapt the envelope budgeting system to today's cash-less world.


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Shane Tripcony is a blogger in the personal finance arena, web marketing consultant and the co-founder of BestPrepaidDebitCards.com.

Gary Foreman

Gary Foreman is a former financial planner and purchasing manager who founded The Dollar Stretcher.com website and newsletters in 1996. He's been featured in MSN Money, Yahoo Finance, Fox Business, The Nightly Business Report, US News Money, Credit.com and CreditCards.com. Gary shares his philosophy of money here. You can follow Gary on Twitter. Gary is also available for audio, video or print interviews. For more info see his media page.

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