FREE Budget Binder Printables!
Get the free Budget Binder to help you take control of your money today! The free Budget Binder printables will help you to track your income and expenses, pay off more debt, spend less and save more, and reach your financial goals!
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Free Printable Budget Binder
In the new, free Budget Binder, you will find tools to help you to manage your money in order to spend less, save more, and live better. Use these awesome free Budget Binder printables to get out of the debt and paycheck to paycheck cycle, and start making your money work for you!
In this beautiful Budget Binder, you will get these awesome printables:
- Awesome, classically designed cover
- 1 inch, 1.5 inch, and 2-inch spine label
- Financial goals sheet
- Monthly budget sheets
- Income tracker
- Expenses tracker
- Debt payoff tracker
- Saving goal tracker
- Monthly budget review sheet
- Notes page
Now, let’s talk about each of these free Budget Binder printables a little bit.
You will love this classy cover for your beautiful Budget Binder!
Convenient Spine Labels
There are three sizes of spine labels for your Budget Binder: 1 inch, 1.5 inches, and 2 inches. No matter the size of your binder, we have got you covered!
Financial Goals Sheet
If you want to accomplish amazing things with your money and stop simply living paycheck to paycheck, you need to set and work toward awesome financial goals for an awesome financial future!
With the financial goals sheet, you can set short-term, medium-term, and long-term financial goals to help you spend less money, save more money, get out of debt, build wealth, and more!
As you set your financial goals, remember to make them SMART goals: specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely. Check out my best tips for how to reach large financial goals.
Monthly Budget Sheets
These monthly budget sheets are perhaps the most important part of your free Budget Binder printables!
If you have been intimidated by budgeting in the past, you don’t need to be! Think of your monthly budget as simply the mini goals that are going to help you reach your own financial awesome. Remember—you are the boss of your budget. But then once you have created your budget, let it be the boss of you, to keep you on track financially.
With these monthly budget sheets, you will record your monthly income and expenses so that you can truly manage your money!
The main categories have been designated in order for you to easily plan and organize your budget, so all you need to do is add the specific budget categories that meet the needs and circumstances of your family.
Some of the fixed expenses (meaning, the amount generally stays the same every month) you may want to include in your budget are these:
- Charitable giving
- Rent or mortgage
- Renters insurance
- Homeowners insurance and property taxes (if not paid with the mortgage)
- Car payment
- Automobile insurance
- Life insurance
- Health insurance
- Dental insurance
- Cell phones
- Cable/satellite TV
- Home phone
- Gym or rec center membership
- Retirement savings
In addition to these fixed expenses, you will likely have a number of variable expenses (where the amount spent fluctuates from month to month) such as the following:
- Household items (such as cleaning products, towels, and related items)
- Eating out
- Public transportation
- Utilities (electricity, natural gas, water, sewer, garbage)
- Toiletries, makeup, and related items
- Child care
- Pet food and supplies
- House maintenance
- Home furnishings and appliances
- Car maintenance
- Kids’ school or sport/music expenses
- Recreation/sports and vacations
- Hair care (stylist/barber)
- Christmas and gift giving
With the income tracker, write down all of the income you receive during the month, no matter how small. Even small amounts can help you accomplish big things over time!
With the expense tracker, you will record all of your expenses, how much they are for, and when they are due (if applicable). This form can help ensure you get your bills paid on time every month.
Debt Payoff Tracker
The debt payoff tracker will allow you to keep up-to-date on how much you owe for each one of your debts and when your target date is to get each one paid off. You will also see at a glance your progress toward reaching that payoff goal.
Print a separate debt tracker page for each of your debts you are working to pay off, record your progress regularly, and you will be surprised at how quickly you are able to crush your debt and get it out of your life!
Savings Goal Tracker
This is another powerful free Budget Binder printable in your financial toolbox. Use a separate sheet to keep track of your progress toward each of your awesome savings goals.
On each sheet, record the savings goal amount, how much you have saved already, how long you plan to save for (if known), what you are saving for, and why you are saving for this financial goal.
Don’t overlook or neglect to complete the line for why you are saving! Your financial why is very important because it will help give you the motivation to reach your financial goals!
Discover how determining your financial why can help you to save more money. And get my best tips for how to achieve your financial goals.
Monthly Budget Review Sheet
On this free Budget Binder printable sheet, record areas where you struggled with keeping to your budget or what you could do better for next month. Also record financial goals for next month that your Budget Binder can help you to accomplish!
Be sure to record here any notes that will help you to manage your money better and reach your financial goals.
With these awesome free Budget Binder printables, you can finally make budgeting work for you! By identifying and tracking your expenses, listing your income and expenses, and including money for saving and paying off debt, you will succeed at your financial goals! It will take some time and consistent effort, but you can do this! And your future self will profusely thank you! 🙂
If you want to be able to have financial peace and stability and eventually reach financial freedom, you have to be able to have money left over after your spending to save and to invest.
And in order to do that, you have to master a budget or spending plan. If you want to win financially, as with any area of your life, you have to make a plan and stick to it.
What questions do you have about the Budget Binder? Have you tried to budget before and not been able to stick with it? What are your biggest budgeting challenges or hurdles? Leave a comment below and let me know!
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