How to make a budget when starting a new job

Professional woman starting a new job and shaking hands.

Starting a new job can be an exciting time, full of new possibilities.

At the same time, it's completely natural to have a period of adjustment as you ramp up and get used to new responsibilities. There may be an adjustment to how you handle your finances too, especially if your new job comes with a change in salary. As you think about starting your new job, you might also want to rethink your finances.

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