Free Household Budget Planning Form

Do you know how much money you have left to spend this month?

Free Household Budget Planning FormHaving a Household Budget Planning can really help you reduce debt, because on today’s society the use of debit cards, credit cards, automatic deposits, and wire transfers makes carrying cash less and less important.

And that’s when trouble begins, many Americans spend the money without actually having it, maxing out credit cards and having to turn to short term personal loans to pay the bills.



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By knowing where your money is going and setting up a monthly financial budget planning you could be able to save 10-20% of your income each month.

Personal budget forms are an excellent financial planning tool. Use the form below to set up a personal financial budget, control credit card debt and begin saving money.

Just SELECT the sample below and PRINT or COPY and PASTE it to your word processor.

SAMPLE MONTHLY PERSONAL FINANCIAL BUDGET PLANNER

MONTH:____________

INCOME
Salaries/wages--------------------------------------____________
Commissions----------------------------------------____________
Dividends-------------------------------------------____________
Rental Income--------------------------------------____________
Other----------------------------------------------____________
Total Income:____________

FIXED EXPENSES
Mortgage/Rent--------------------------------------____________
Car payment----------------------------------------____________
Car insurance---------------------------------------____________
Education-------------------------------------------____________
Internet--------------------------------------------____________
Cable-----------------------------------------------____________
Child care, private school, tutoring-------------------____________
Child support----------------------------------------____________
Savings---------------------------------------------____________
Club memberships-----------------------------------____________
Other-----------------------------------------------____________
Total Fixed Expenses:____________

VARIABLE EXPENSES
Utilities----------------------------------------------___________
Groceries--------------------------------------------___________
Telephone-------------------------------------------___________
Clothing---------------------------------------------___________
Gas-------------------------------------------------___________
Car maintenance/repair-------------------------------___________
Recreation/entertainment----------------------------___________
Tithing/giving----------------------------------------___________
Taxes-----------------------------------------------___________
Medical and dental care------------------------------___________
Other ----------------------------------------------____________
Total Variable Expenses:____________

INSTALLMENTS
Credit cards-----------------------------------------___________
Credit line-------------------------------------------___________
Other-----------------------------------------------___________
Total Installments:____________

TOTAL EXPENSES:----------------------------------____________
TOTAL INCOME MINUS EXPENSES:------------------____________



Creating a monthly budget is quite simple, the difficult part is sticking to your budgeting and track your income and spending each month. By knowing where your money is going you can effectively manage credit card debt, organize your finances, eliminate hidden spending and recover that extra 10% each and every month.



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