Money Management Set –Collection of 8 EDITABLE Financial Printables that includes:
Monthly Budget - Create a budget and manage it!
Expense Tracker - Track daily expenses and receipts.
Financial Calendar - Write down monthly due dates for bills and check them off when paid! Save on printing & laminate!
Bill Payment Checklist - Year at a glance overview of your paid bills. See everything at once, so you can stay on track of your payments!
Debt Repayment Plan – Pay off debt the quick and organized way! *Prioritize your debt, list creditor’s information and keep track of your payments and remaining balance on one form!
Balance Sheet – Track your family's debts and net worth along with your credit report scores.
Bank Account Information - Keep important account information like pin numbers and debit card numbers on one convenient sheet.
Household Account Information - Keep important information like policy, account and customer service numbers for insurance and utility companies on one sheet!
For personal use only. Please do not reproduce for commercial use.
*Pick the best debt reduction strategy for your family and prioritize your debts accordingly. Some people like the “debt snowball" where you pay off the debt with the smallest balance and move one by one towards the largest balance. Others prefer the “debt avalanche” because you pay less in the long run if you eliminate the higher interest debts first. Either way, they both work better than doing nothing.
Sure I've read just about every Suze Orman book out there, but I’m far from a financial expert and I've made my share of money mistakes. Do you have any suggestions or tips that would be beneficial to us all? If so, please leave them in the comment section below.