Budget Planner Sheet (Printable)
When you are budgeting every month, a very useful way to keep track of your debt payments and how much you are saving, is to record it onto a debt or saving goal tracker.
- Become more aware of your income and what your monthly household bills are every month.
- Keep a note of what you are devoting to debt or savings each month.
- Feel more in control of where your money is going.
- Make decisions for the month and keep on track with your financial goals.
- Feeling more motivated and a stronger sense of achievement - you can see your progress led out in black and white.
- Look at your progress at the end of the month, using the 'actual' column.
- Plan ahead for expenses in the future, using the 'sink funds' section such as: Christmas, birthdays, big purchases.
For me, it gave me a real sense of pride that I was paying off my debt and ensuring I had an emergency fund of £1000 in place. I felt relaxed, knowing that I had a solid plan in place for my money every month.
- page 1- 12 - Budget sheet, labelled with different months.
- page 13 - Instructions on how to use.
Size will fit:
- UK A4 size paper
- US letter size paper