10 Free Money Management Printables
Raise your hand if you live debt-free…
Notice me over here in the corner with my hand hidden away behind my back. Yeah, that’s right. I have debt.
Student loans make up about 99% of my debt, but creditors don’t care. Debt is debt to them. Because I have plans for my future, I’ve been working on getting rid of my debt. I’ve paid off half of my non-student loan debt in the last year. I credit a majority of that to budgeting.
I use google sheets for my bill and expense tracking. It’s easy, convenient, and I can do it on the go, anywhere, anytime. Previously, I used a printable binder. Both have their advantages. I still store receipts and such in a binder, but as far as tracking expenses and managing bills, I do it online.
If online isn’t your thing, then you are in luck. Here are 10 free money management printables to add to your budget binder.
1. Budget Binder Cover (+ more)
You need a binder, right? Abby from Just A Girl And Her Blog has a great budget binder cover (and some filler sheets too). There are plenty of other cover options available, but I’m a big fan of this one. Find one that you like to make using it fun.
2. Budget Binder
Kelli breaks her binder down a little differently, but has everything you need to get started budgeting. Kelli even has a few extra pages available such as Christmas Gift Planner worksheet and an Event Planner Budget worksheet.
3. Password and Transaction Trackers
Included in this family binder is a debt tracking worksheet. I highly recommend adding one of these to your budget binder. Jenn has also created some printables to track passwords, and automatic transaction schedules.
4. Budget Templates
Frugal Fanatic has her budget templates available in a digital format. She offers these in a monthly or yearly package. She also has a 2017 budget binder available with bill tracking, calendars, and everything you need to get your financial future in order starting today.
5. Savings Plan
If saving is a part of your budget, check out this 52 week saving plan. All you have to do it store the money away and tick off a box. It’s super simple, yet will help you reach your goals. When you finish this worksheet, you will have $1,378 dollars in savings.
6. Bill Pay Worksheet
This customizable bill pay worksheet allows you to input your bills before printing and helps you keep track of what has been paid. Just tick a box and never stress over whether or not you paid a bill.
7. Printable Cash Envelope
Queen of Free has a sweet bonus with her monthly budget and expenditure printables. She also offers a printable cash envelope. These envelopes have great quotes on them to inspire us to be better stewards of our money.
8. Debt Snowball
If you are just starting your debt snowball, this worksheet is a must. She also has a cute debt thermometer allowing you to see a visual of your debt being paid off. Simply color in the thermometer as you pay off more and more debt and watch as things start heating up.
9. Weekly Ledger
This one is one of my favorite budget binders. It’s beautifully designed, making budgeting less of a chore. I also like this one because Marie has included a weekly ledger which helped keep me on track with those impulse purchases.
10. Meal Planning Printable
Technically not a budget sheet, but without a meal plan, you will find yourself spending more than needed. I’ve been using a weekly or monthly menu plan for my family for years and it helps me cut a lot of costs in the kitchen. There is a monthly or weekly meal planning printable available to help make your dollars stretch.
What are some ways that you make budgeting fun?