You can fast-track your money goals and level up your lifewith this easy-to-use Budget Planner
You can stop wondering where your money goes every month and get confident about your finances once and for all.
Do you feel like no matter what you try, you can't seem to make a dent in your debt?
Or after years of working hard, you don't have much to show for it?
Living paycheck to paycheck is beyond stressful!You deserve to get ahead and do more with your money.
This Budget Planner can show you how to actually make a plan for your money so you can stop overspending every month.
Just a few years ago, I was a spender at heart and made a lot of financial mistakes. I was living paycheck to paycheck and wanted to break out of this cycle.
I realized that I needed to find a tool that made it easy to get organized and stop stressing about money, and most importantly - one that reflected my own lifestyle and goals.
I tried using digital spreadsheets and budgeting apps, but I never saw results.
It wasn’t until I started writing everything down on paper that I was able to create the financial stability that I was looking for.
That's why I designed this complete budgeting resource for myself, which I’m now inviting you to use too.
You can create a budget plan that’s realistic, easy-to-follow, and one that aligns your spending with your unique goals. They were created for busy, go-getters, just like you.
These printables were hand-crafted to save you time when organizing your finances, stop living paycheck to paycheck, save more money, pay off debt faster, and more!
Give yourself the tools you need to stay on track so you can crush your money goals!
If you're ready to reach those money goals you've been dreaming of, grab the Budget Planner, and let's do this!
Who is this Budget Planner for?
This Budget Planner is perfect for those who want to track their budgeted paycheck income, expenses, savings, and debt payments against the actual amounts.
You can use these printables to either track your income and expenses for each paycheck (pay period), or for the month – it’s up to you!
This Budget Planner is practical because it follows the zero-based budget method.
This means every dollar has a job, such as paying monthly bills on time, growing your savings, or crushing your debt. When you subtract your expenses, savings, and debt payments from your income, the result will equal zero.
Following a zero-based budget can prevent overspending and has allowed me save my first $100,000 by my mid-twenties.
What You’ll Get…
47 beautifully designed printable pages to save you money and reach your goals faster. (US Letter Size (8.5 x 11 inches) PDF
How-to use eBook full of tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your new Budget Planner.
6 printable horizontal cash envelopes that are perfect for your weekly or biweekly cash allowances.
Budget Planner Cover Page
Financial Goals Overview - (to create an achievable action plan to crush your money goals this year!)
Sinking Funds Overview - (to set specific savings goals for the year)
Annual Overview - (to see your income, expenses, savings and debt payments for the year)
Recurring Bills - (track regular and irregular bills to make sure you never miss another payment)
Debt Avalanche Worksheet - (to create a plan to tackle your debt)
Debt Snowball Worksheet
Debt Snowball Tracker - (to keep track of monthly payments towards debt)
Debt Avalanche Tracker
Debt Avalanche Overview
Debt Snowball Overview
Budget Calendar - (1 undated page for each month of the year)
Paycheck Budget - (to create a realistic spending plan for each pay period)
50/30/20 Budget - (for those who prefer to break down their spending and savings by percentages)
Monthly Income Tracker - (to keep track of all your income sources, such as paychecks, side hustles, child support, and so on)
Monthly Expense Tracker - (to keep track of and monitor your daily spending)
Monthly Savings Tracker - (to keep track of and monitor your savings)
Monthly Sinking Funds Tracker - (to keep track of all your specific savings goals)
Monthly Spending Overview - (to see how much you're spending in each budget category)
Daily Intentions - (to set your money intentions to start your day off on the right path)
Monthly Reflection - (to see what went well each month, areas for improvement, and to set new goals)
Wishlist - (to curb spontaneous spending)
Questions to Ask Before Buying Something - (questions to ask yourself to curb impulse buying)
Net Worth - (to track your net worth and watch it grow)
Bank Account Information
Credit Card Information
No Spend Challenge - (a fun challenge to save money fast)
Savings Goal (Jar) - (color in this cute savings tracker to reach your savings goal faster!)
Debt Thermometer - (color in this debt thermometer to pay off debt faster)
52 Week Savings Challenge - (save $1,378 in one year with this fun money challenge)
How to make a budget for beginners
If you need more guidance, check out this video where you'll learn how to use the Budget Planner to create a budget for beginners.
About This Budget Planner Printables Package
These PDF files are NOT digitally fillable or editable. This Budget Planner is meant to be PRINTED and HANDWRITTEN on.
These Budget Planner printables are designed to fit a standard 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper. You can put them in a binder or easily fit them in a folder.
This is an instant digital download (PDF). Nothing will be shipped.
After purchasing, you will be redirected to a link where you can instantly download the digital files.
You will also receive an email of your purchase and a link to download your digital files. Print as many copies as you need. Please note that colors may vary slightly based on each individual printer.
Please contact me at email@example.com if you have any issues with the download or files - I will be here to provide any assistance!