Save Money, Budget, Manage Debt, Invest
Simple tools to help you create your own personal finance strategy.
Free Templates, Calculators, How To Videos and Worksheets.
Filling The Pig – Workbook
All of the worksheets and templates provided in Workbook are designed to be printed (PDF Format), and completed manually (that’s right, “old school”, pen to paper). Why? Because the process of manually writing down your plan and objectives will help reinforce the positive behaviors you’re looking to achieve. The templates can be used as a guide to create your own personal finance strategy, or be used in their existing format.
Try using these worksheets for three (3) months, to track your personal finances. After three months you will have a better understanding of your personal finances and be on the road to saving cash, paying off debt and creating your own Lifestyle of Opportunities.
Workbook contains the following:
Snowball Method – Debt Reduction Worksheet
Establishing an Emergency Fund using the Cash Ladder Concept
Creating a Simple Budget
Build a Simple Five-Year Plan with Objectives – To Stay Motivated
Sometimes seeing is believing. Follow the step-by-step examples to evaluate your debt, or see how much money you can make by saving a little. Access the Debt Pay Off and Investment Calculator Here.
FTP Monthy Budget Tracker
Provides a simple means of tracking your monthly expenses. Try it for 3 months to find out where your money is going. Budget Tracker provides:
- 15 Common personal finance categories to help you allocate your expenses.
- 4 Categories you can customize on your own.
- Detailed description column so you can better understand what each expense is for.
- Tracks money you allocate for savings.
- Monthly summary of expense categories and graphical presentation.
- 3 Month summary of expense categories and graphical presentation.
- Microsoft Excel Format.
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