Defeat the black hole of spending.
When you get your W-2 every year and look at the line that shows your gross income, it always makes you pause. It seems like a lot of money, but where does it all go?
Imagine knowing your average monthly grocery spending down to the cent, and having all the data you need to make informed financial decisions. You can finally hone in to buy that dream house, pay off that last debt, max out your retirement savings (or do all three!).
We’re here to help
Want more financial clarity and to know exactly where you stand? We can help. Here’s how it works.
1. Try YNAB for free
2. Make a plan
3. Get financial clarity
Know your priorities
When you decide what’s important to you and commit to it realistically, you might just wake up one day and notice you’ve saved $30,000 without even realizing it.
Optimize your earning power
Jacob thought home ownership would never happen. He and his partner make good money, but it never seemed to accumulate into a pile big enough for a down payment. A year ago, they had nothing saved, and then they implemented a simple three-step plan in YNAB and everything changed.
Practical tools for gaining financial clarity
Read the Full Guide
This comprehensive guide look will show you how to gain that financial clarity you crave.
Take a Free Class
Our teachers will show you the step-by-step mechanics of setting up your spending plan.
Learn the Method
Learn about YNAB’s Method for money management in this approachable, bite-sized video course.
The Secret to Money Bliss
Learn about zero-based planning, a powerful system that will change how you spend and save money.
See real examples of people who gained financial clarity
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I’m 41, Make $159K a Year, and My Partner and I Live in DC
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I'm a Doctor, He's a Stay at Home Dad, We Make $215K
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