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Downloadable Budgeting Spreadsheets

Sunday, October 25, 2015



You may have already seen the blog posts I've done about budgeting and finances, including...

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In those posts I refer to my Budget Spreadsheet and Debt Snowball Tracker that I made up in Excel.  The Budget Spreadsheet is the way I see all of my income and where it all goes. I can play around with the amounts to see what I'd need to adjust for a more balanced budget.   I use this Budget Spreadsheet every couple of weeks and make adjustments all the time as bills go up or down and my paycheck increases.

The Debt Snowball Tracker was a great way to keep me motivated on how much debt I needed to pay down to be DEBT FREE!  I'm debt free now so I am proof that it IS possible.   I even filled out my spreadsheet for months in advance and altered the numbers to see how soon I'd be out of debt if I paid a certain amount each month.
Well I have great news! 
You can get these spreadsheets for free here.




And did you know I wrote a book? 




Be sure to join my Facebook group, Fixing Your Finances, to help you with your finance journey along the way. 
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1 comment:

  1. I made similar spreadsheet like these one.

    http://www.amysfashionblog.com/blog-home/

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