The police officer, school teacher, engineer, firefighter, attorney, doctor, professor, designer, manager and rocket scientist all have one thing in common: they’re killing it financially with YNAB.
Tired of accepting the "starving artist" mentality, Allison searched out a budget program she was willing to stick with.
Sean felt in the dark about his money, until he made a plan with YNAB and helped his family secure their first home.
Already an avid budgeter, Joyce learned how to make her family's finances thrive once she discovered YNAB.
A stretch of unemployment meant living off of credit cards, until Bill and his family discovered the YNAB way.
converting from other software
Credit card debt and no savings made Jessica and Peter take a second look at the financial patterns they were building.
After decades of ignoring the money issue, Karen decides to make her retirement years filled with financial peace.
Already debt-free, this couple valued their budget even more when life threw them some unexpected curve balls.
Determined to find the best budgeting system, Darla tries everything from pen and paper to multiple software programs.
getting out of debt
After accumulating another $8,000 of debt while trying to pay down what they initially owe, Ray realized they were missing something crucial.
$80,000 in debt brought Steve to a financial fork in the road. Budgeting took him to higher ground.
They had "high-enough" income, and "small-enough" expenses, but Dave and Christine discovered even greater financial fulfillment.
living paycheck to paycheck
Already juggling part-time jobs and two kids in diapers, this small family reached a tipping point when student loans came due.
This family of six finds they just need a little screen time with the budget in order to break the overdraft cycle.
Although not in serious financial trouble, YNAB's four rules gave Doug time to focus on what really mattered.
They couldn't figure out why they couldn't get ahead, until Stephanie realized they'd been focusing on the wrong thing.
Never having found a budget that could last more than a week or two, this family decided to give YNAB a try.
Budgeting helped this writer realize she was losing $800 a month to eating out, and things needed to change.
After carrying debt for the last twenty years, Mark's 40th birthday brought a turning point.
Money used to come and go with no plan for this graduate student, until Kyle realized he wanted more for himself.
Serious debt and an unexpected job loss, left Tasmin with a greater desire to take control of her finances.
These newly-weds never thought a budget would work for them, until they started working for a budget.
With $50k of debt, and maxed out credit cards, Stephanie decided she needed to adopt a new philosophy.
Despite unstable work, this family paid off debt, and built a healthy savings account with the help of YNAB.
Brian moved to be closer to his daugher, but could he handle the cut in pay?
Adam's $35,000 debt overwhelmed his new relationship. It was time to lose the debt so he wouldn't lose the girl.
Having worked hard to climb out of debt in the past, this family decided to change their money habits so it wouldn't happen again.
After health issues turn Al's life upside down, his wife, Louise, found a solution for their drastic cut in income.
Adoption fees, debt, and school tuition weighed heavily on this family until they made a plan with YNAB.
After a life-time of money struggles, Wanda and Ruben found comfort in budgeting with YNAB for their retirement years.
Jason gained new perspective on the importance of finances when his father passed away with practically nothing saved.