3 Best Budgeting Spreadsheets | Debt Free Digest January 2019

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Sometimes a simple spreadsheet is better than a modern app for creating a good, workable budget. This month, we’re sharing 3 best and free budgeting spreadsheets for you to try! Each one has unique features. Test them all, then stick to your favourite. 

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Hoyes Michalos Budgeting Workbook

It can be hard to find ways to balance your budget. Where do you start? Our free excel budget workbook is built to allow you to add pluses and minuses to each income and expense line. This will help you know exactly what changes you need to make to reach your goals to pay off debt or save! 

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Your Budget Spreadsheet by Squawkfox

Squawkfox has a budgeting spreadsheet that allows you to track your budget by month, by year, for just you alone, or for your entire household. It includes colourful graphs, showing you the difference between your income and your expenses. 

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Zero-Based Budgeting by Boomer and Echo

Boomer and Echo’s spreadsheet uses the zero-based budgeting approach, which means you get to assign a job to every dollar that comes in. This detailed sheet will ask for your fixed and variable expenses. Then, each month, it will show you how much you really spend so you can learn more about your patterns. 

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