Free Monthly Budget Template
Do you need to gain control of your finances? Use our FREE printable monthly budget template to start saving some extra cash each month and find out where you are really sending your money.
Worksheet to Keep Track of Paid Monthly Bills
This is a simple worksheet I use to keep track of my paid monthly bills. The e-bills and paper bills can be confusing for me so I designed this worksheet. I pay all my bill via internet banking. Our snail-mail service is very poor and I like knowing my bills are going to be paid by the due-date. I try to keep them paid as soon as I receive them, so I write on this sheet everything I pay. I can easily reference and see if something has been missed. Monthly Paid Bills - Worksheet #2 Worksheet…
This is a really good idea. Id have to change a couple things though. 1. 1000 emergency 2. Pay off debts 3. 3-6 months in savings. 4. Invest 15% into retirement 5. Buy a house/investment property and pay it off 6. Build wealth and give. -Chris More
Free Printable Debt Snowball Worksheet- Pay Down Your Debt!
Perhaps the best way to pay down your debt is with the debt snowball method! Use my free printable debt snowball worksheet to get started!
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With age comes great responsibilities, and at the top of your list should be taking charge of your money.
How We Live On Less Than $1500 A Month + A Peek At Our Budget
This is our basic 'bare bones' budget showing how we live on less than $1500 a month. Like I said earlier, we usually make extra money each month. If we do, we decide how we want to spend or save it. I hope our budget might give you a little hope or inspiration if you're trying to live on less.
Free Printable Monthly Budget and Worksheet
Looking to organize your finances? This free printable monthly budget planner is a simple way to set up your budget and get a look at the month ahead.
10 Things I Wish I'd Known Before Starting the Debt Snowball Method
Thinking about paying off debt with the Debt Snowball Method? Check out this list of 10 things I wish I'd known before starting my debt snowball.