Getting organized with my finances didn’t happen overnight. In fact, I’m a work-in-progress and am on a mission to become debt-free.
My Budget Binder has the worksheets I use to pay down debt, save money, and improve my credit.
You can organize your finances with this Budget Binder too.
Grab a copy of this Budget Binder which is filled with pages to help you to put your household finances in one organized place.
In this Budget Binder get printable pages of:
- Monthly calendar
- Budget Form
- Expense Tracker
- Goals Tracker
- Auto Bill Pay Tracker
- Monthly Check-In
- Emergency Fund Worksheet
- and more…
The Budget Binder is delivered to you electronically so you can print out the forms you need as you need them.
Materials You May Need
To get the most out of your Budget Binder you will need the following materials:
A 3-ring binder gives you the most flexibility (compared to having the pages binded together) as you can add and subtract pages as needed.
Use these budgeting worksheets to help you stay on track by downloading the Budget Binder for FREE.
The Budget Binder includes worksheets such as this one that helps you to save up your Emergency Fund.
Emergencies and bad things happen all of the time and having a fund to cover these unexpected events are important.
They are so important, that I’m offering this page of the budget binder for free. Grab a copy and start protecting yourself for when…life happens.
Get your copy of this Emergency Fund Worksheet in the budget binder.
How to Put this Budget Binder Together
Being organized is key. I recommend printing out the binder anyway you like. You should definitely print the cover to put into the plastic part of the binder.
You should also print multiple pages of the worksheets included. I recommend having at least 15 pages of anything you will need monthly. There are 12 months in a year and having a few extra will come in handy if you mess up like I do at times.
Here are a few worksheets included in the Budget Binder:
The only way to improve where you’re going is to see where you’ve been. The Monthly Check-In is an informal way to keep an eye on the progress you made from the past month as well as how you can improve in upcoming months.
Auto-Bill Pay Tracker
I used to have a problem with auto-debits, mostly because I forgot all about them. Having the dates and amounts available to me in one place helps me to minimize “surprises” each month.
I use Google Calendar, but since I’m such a paper and pen girl – this helps me to see all that’s going on during the month.
If my love and I have planned out date night, then I know that I will need a couple of extra dollars for popcorn and drinks.
If you’re ready to organize your finances and create your own budget binder – grab yours today. I’m always updating my printables to reflect the needs of my readers and can’t guarantee this will be available much longer at this price.