Increase Savings with an easy-to-use Budgeting Spreadsheet
This article was published on: 04/17/19 1:52 AM
We’ve been reading Savvy Ladies for a while now and we recently stumbled across their budgeting worksheet and thought it would be perfect for our readers to download as well.
If you have any experience at all in Microsoft Excel, filling it out should be a breeze!
Creating awareness on what you are spending and setting limits is what ultimately allows you to reach your savings goals. Use the spreadsheet as an accountability tool to make sure you stay on track and stick to the plan you set. This is the most important thing when it comes to saving. Accountability. Without a structure put in place, your savings goals are just thoughts and dreams. By putting numbers down on paper, or in this case an easy-to-use budgeting Excel spreadsheet, you are creating a reality that you can visualize, track, and accomplish!
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