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Dave Ramsey will show you a clear plan for financial success in this best selling book.
Chris Hogan shares the results of the largest study ever done on millionaires. 10,000 millionaires were interviewed!
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EveryDollar.com is free online budgeting software. It makes budgeting easy and is far more advanced than a Yellow Pad.
Are you looking for a fun visual to track your journey? DebtFreeCharts.com offers many free charts. Fill them in as you payoff your debt for motivation.
- Quick Start Budget: New to budgeting? Here's a simple form to help you get started.
- Monthly Cash Flow: This may be your main budgeting tool. It is the exact form I used to start budgeting years ago.
- Allocated Spending Plan: Break down each paycheck.
- Irregular Income Spending: For those of us who have irregular incomes, this helps us prioritize our spending.
- Income Sources Recap: Multiple sources of income? Keep track of them here!
- Recommended Percentages: This will give you recommended percentages for each of your budget categorize. Take this with a grain of sale; everyone has different needs.
- Debt Snowball: Time to clear your debt and stop living paycheck-to-paycheck!
- Pro Rata Debt List Form: If you can't make all your debt payments, use this list to calculate who gets what. Don't let collectors bully you.
- Credit Card History: Organization is key when paying down debt! Keep track of your credit card payment and closing history here.
- Lump Sum Payment Planning: Calculate, track, and save money for planned irregular expenses.
- Monthly Retirement Planning: "Retirement is not an age, it's a financial number" - Chris Hogan
- Monthly College Planning: If you have kids and are out of debt, it may be time to start saving for your kids college. Use this to calculate your monthly investing needs.
- Consumer Equity Sheet: Do you know your net worth? Find out now.
- Components of a Healthy Financial Plan: Consider this a financial checklist.
- Insurance Coverage: Insurance is crucial to the financial security of most. Use this to keep track of all your insurance information.
- Breakdown of Savings: Organize your savings account.