The Budget Binder is an important money tool to help you organize your finances, pay off debt, and save for the stuff you really want!
Budget Binder (PDF)
What's in the Budget Binder?
The Budget Binder is a 52 page PDF and includes the following:
My 411 -It’s super hard to think about but … what if an emergency situation came up and you were unable to communicate important information with your loved ones? The Personal Information Worksheet will guide you in your quest to make sure the people closest to you will know where to find important documents and have your personal information at their fingertips. It’s important to keep this worksheet in a safe place.
Bank Account Information - Use this printable to record your bank information. If you have more than two accounts, print as many as you need. It’s important to keep this worksheet in a safe place.
Bank Account Register - Record withdrawals and deposits.
Budget Worksheet - This is where you create a plan for your money!
Income Sheet - Record any income you receive on this sheet.
Expenses Sheet - Record your regular outgoing expenses on this printable.
Expense Tracker - If you’d like to record every expense, this is the tracker for you.
Net Worth Worksheet - This is where you tally your assets and liabilities to find your total Net Worth.
Debt Boss - Use this worksheet to track your debt, credit limit, interest rate, balance, and interest paid for each month of the year.
Savings Account Register - Record withdrawals and deposits in your Savings Account.
Sinking Fund Tracker - Track deposits and withdrawals in each of your Sinking Funds. This tracker has space to record two Sinking Funds. Print as many as you need.
$1,000 Emergency Fund Chart - Use this visual to color in the lines and motivate yourself to save your $1,000 Emergency Fund.
3 Month’s ExpensesChart - This is another visual Sinking Fund Chart to help encourage you to save 3 month’s worth of expenses.
6 Month’s Expenses Chart - This visual Sinking Fund Chart is ready to help encourage you to save 6 month’s expenses.
1 Big Goal Worksheet - Use this worksheet to record one big financial goal. Use the prompts to dive deep into what this goal means to you.
Stuff To Save Money For - List stuff you want to save for, record the amount, rank its importance, and check it off when you’ve purchased the thing.
Allowance Proposal - An allowance is super important to keep your budget intact. It also gives each family member their own money to budget … their way!
Yearly Expenses Calendar - Use this calendar to write expenses you anticipate each month. This could include Birthday Gifts, Holiday Spending, Vacations, Back To School Clothes, Car Tabs, Yearly Car Insurance, etc.
Budget Calendar - If you like to record due dates for bills, this is the place to do it.
I've also included the Cash Envelope System and Password Keeper Printables to give your financial life an even bigger boost!
Cash Envelope System (PDF)
The Printable Cash Envelope System is a 16 page PDF with 12 Cash Envelope templates and a transaction register.
Cash Envelopes Included:
PET CARE - CATS
PET CARE - DOGS
How to use the Cash Envelopes:
Cut the perimeter of the envelope.
Fold on the black lines.
Use adhesive on the small flaps to adhere to the back of the envelope.
The Printable Cash Envelope system is a great way to keep your budget in check!
Password Keeper Printables (PDF)
Do you have sticky notes with passwords haphazardly scrawled here and there or do you rely on your memory to get you past the pearly password gates? Get those passwords organized with the Password Keeper Printables!
The Password Keeper is a seven page PDF and includes the following:
General Password Keeper
Social Password Keeper
Financial Password Keeper
Medical Password Keeper
Stores Password Keeper
Services Password Keeper
Stuff You Need To Know
This is a digital product. No physical item will be mailed.
The Budget Binder is for personal use only.
>>> Due to the digital nature of this item, there are no refunds.