Budget Binder Printables (25 pages)
Tired of living paycheck to paycheck? Too much month left at the end of your money?
Keep track of your budget and tell your money where to go (instead of the other way around) with this collection of budgeting printables.
The Budget Binder includes:
- Cover Page
- 101 Ways to Save Money (5-page guide)
- Monthly Budget (2-page spread) Filled and Unfilled
- Monthly Bill Tracker
- Savings Thermometer
- Debt Payoff Chart
- House Down Payment Chart
- Banking Info Sheet
- Savings Goals
- Yearly Expense Tracker
- Credit Score Tracker
- Medical Expense Tracker
- Tax Deduction Log
- Password Log
- Expense Log
25 pages of budgeting goodness!
Create a budget, crush your debt, and cultivate a life you love!
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