This page provides budget tools and useful links to help you with creating and using a personal budget.
Free Personal Budget Spreadsheet
The spreadsheet offered here has the following features:
- Simple and easy to use
- Calculate income
- Plan and track expenses
- Determine your total expenses for the given budget period
- Determine how much money is remaining for the given budget period
- Track unexpected expenses
- Determine how much money you have spent for the given budget period
- Determine how much over or under budget you are for the given budget period
- Long list of income and expense categories
- Detailed instructions included
- Its free!
This spreadsheet contains all you need to start your personal budget. Instructions on how to use it are in the spreadsheet. Just right click and select ‘Save As’.
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Online Budgeting Tools
If you are looking for something more sophisticated than the above spreadsheet, or you need to access your budget from different computers, then these links may help you. These websites offer downloadable tools or ways to do your budgeting online:
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