Ditch the overwhelm! This is not your typical (dare I say boring) budget planner. It’s a solution to SO many of your headaches!!! This is truly the one finance pack you need!
I’m so excited to share this Big Finance Pack with you!
If you’ve been wanting to get your money life organized then this is for you. I designed these pages to make keeping track of your money fun!
With the Big Finance Pack, you’ll have:
- Less confusion
- Less overwhelm
- Less feeling “stuck”
- Less falling off track
It’s the tool you need to get started the RIGHT way, or to correct your course and get you fired up again.
It’ll give you:
- Clarity and Focus
- A fresh start toward financial freedom
- A Plan for your Future
- Direction on how to get where you want to go
- The tools for Success
- Peace of Mind
It’ll help you finally get your money under control in a more efficient and organized way. And that new future starts TODAY!
"Having such a positive and structured approach to my budget and lifestyle aspirations has given me so much peace of mind. For the first time in a long while, I can see how to get where I need to." - Brianna
Many of these pages you won’t find anywhere else because I didn’t just copy the same basic pages you see everywhere. I took the methods and systems I used to conquer our debt mountain, and go from up-to-our-eyeballs in debt to a 12 Month Emergency Fund, and put it all into this pack.
Unlike anything I’ve seen! I’m a printables hoarder, and I’ve seen a lot of finance packs... This blows everything else out of the water! - Lauren
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Check out this video to see every page in the pack.
I've clustered the pages into five groups:
- Vision Board
- Big Picture Overview
- Long Term Goals
- Quarterly Goals
- Goal Action Planner
- Goal Review
- Wins Wins & More Wins
- Ideas, Plans & Notes
- Monthly Income Sources
- Monthly Budget & Paycheck Budget
- Money Flow Calendar (1 & 2 page versions)
- Weekly Money Planner
- Weekly Spending Tracker
- Yearly Bill Payment Checklist
- Yearly Expenses,
- Subscriptions Tracker
- Surprise Money Priority Plan
- Budget Review & Notes
- School Supplies Budget
- Christmas Budget
- Gifts Budget
- Travel Budget
- Moving Budget
- Blank Budget
- Food at Home Inventory
- Meal Plan & Shopping List
- Debt Priority Worksheet
- Debt Payoff Plan Tracker
- Yearly Debt Payoff Tracker
- Debt is Going Down
- Mortgage Payoff Tracker
- Emergency Fund Tracker
- Special Events to Save For
- Yearly Savings Tracker
- Sinking Funds Master List
- Sinking Funds Tracker
- Savings Goal Tracker
- Snowflake Savings Chart
- Retirement Contributions Tracker
- Retirement Balance Graph
- One Line a Day Journal
- Money Journal & Prompts
- Accounts Information
- Net Worth Worksheet
- Net Worth on the Rise
- Online Sales Tracker
- Mind the Gap
- Credit Score Tracker
- Soar that Score
- Donations Tracker
- Fun Money Wishlist
- Future Needs Wishlist
- Child Support Tracker
- Blank Graph
- Cash Envelopes
- Printable Stickers
Now I get it. That's a LOT of pages.
To keep from being overwhelmed, and not knowing where to start, I've included a Quick Start guide with recommended pages to start with depending on your specific situation.
Once you've downloaded the PDF file, simply open it up, scroll through to see which pages you want to print, and select those pages in the Printer menu.
Keep in mind these are designed to be easy on the ink use, so if you print in an "ink saver" or "draft" mode, they will likely print very lightly. I actually recommend using the regular print setting, or even enhanced if you have the option.
Don't have a printer (or out of ink?) no problem. I got the entire pack printed in black and white at my local office supply store for about $11. Check your local office supply store's website to see if they offer printing services. My store has the option to upload the file to their website and pick up in the store, or they also have DIY copiers that take USB sticks (which saves even more if you have the time to stand there and do it yourself).
You can even print these in smaller sizes to use as inserts in your current planner. Here's how.
Or use them digitally on an iPad with an Apple Pencil using the GoodNotes5 app.
My Favorite Pages
So many favorites in this pack, it's hard to narrow it down, but here are six faves that you won't find anywhere else.
Big Picture Overview
I love seeing all my progress on a single page.
This Big Picture Overview page has spaces for tracking 12 months worth of progress in six different areas of your finances. Such a great page to keep at the front of your budget binder.
Monthly Income Sources
We all need to be reminded that money doesn't just come from our paychecks. Even finding a few coins on the ground is something I like to be very aware of. I call those coins "Pennies from Heaven", and they remind me that there is always more money coming into my life.
This page will help you notice ALL the money you have available to put to work toward your goals.
Surprise Money Priority Plan
I had to include a page for this. This is something we did multiple times while getting our money in order, because I noticed something going on.
When unexpected, or "surprise" money would show up, maybe a tax refund or a gift or selling something unexpectedly, we tended to think of that money as "extra" and would just go spend it, like immediately. And poof, it was gone.
I didn't like that.
So we sat down and dreamed a little. What would we do if $1000 just showed up for no reason? What would we do if we got a $10,000 inheritance from a distant relative? We decided ahead of time where the money would go IF any showed up. And when it did (it always does, even if it's just $20) we were much less likely to just "blow it" on something silly in the moment.
Weekly Spending Tracker
This is the page that sent me down the path of creating this massive pack, and is still one of my very favorites.
The reason I love this page? The "Why" column, and the last two N/W and P/U columns. Writing down WHY you spent the money can give you great insight into what's going on when you overspend.
N/W is Need/Want and P/U is Planned/Unplanned. When your sheet has multiple items that are Unplanned Wants, that's likely an issue that needs attention. Unplanned Needs are probably a good indicator of a sinking fund that needs to be started.
Debt Priority Worksheet
It can be so hard to decide which method is best, Debt Snowball? Debt Avalanche? Something else?
I love this page because it gives a method to figure out what to pay off first.
To figure out our plan I basically did what I've recreated on this sheet. I ranked our debts by interest rate, by amount, and by annoyance, then put them in custom order for us. Ours ended up mostly in Debt Snowball order, with a few variations, and it was just right for us.
You can figure out what is just right for you with this page too.
Emergency Fund Tracker
One big lesson I learned getting out of debt, is that the Emergency Fund is NOT a savings account.
The purpose of it is not to have $1000 in the bank and never touch it. The purpose is to break the habit of using the credit card for emergencies like car repairs, or unexpected bills, or last moment travel when family needs you. Therefore, the Emergency Fund balance WILL go up and down, a lot at the very beginning, as you learn to not use the credit card and start saving up ahead for upcoming expenses.
In time, the up and down movement will lessen as your sinking funds fill up. You won't have to use the Emergency Fund for getting the brakes fixed if you have a car maintenance sinking fund.
Use this page to record both deposits and withdrawals from your Emergency Fund.
Snowflakes Savings Challenge
One snowflake, on it's own, doesn't amount to much. But pile it up and you can make snowballs, snowmen, even snow houses.
This page is a way to see that small amounts. gathered over time, can make a big difference. Challenge yourself to save even a small amount, regularly, and see how much it adds up to.
And that's just a handful of the 70 pages in the Big Finance Pack. There are a whole lot of other great pages too, but I had to cap my list or I'd just keep going on and on.
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Once you start using the pages in this pack to get your finances in order, you won't know how you ever got along without it! Click here to get yours today.
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