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iWork is Apple’s productivity software suite, consisting of Pages (a word processor), Keynote (presentation software), and now Numbers (a spreadsheet app). These applications are phenomenally designed (in our opinion), easy to learn, and efficient to use. iWork is built around the use of templates – and the templates provided by Apple are great! But we felt there would be a strong demand for more; so we set up this site to allow the community of iWork users to share what they have created.

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Submitted by tbbjr about 8 years ago
This spreadsheet is designed for YNAB users who use iWork Numbers. Purpose is to confirm that your account balances match your budgeting activity in YNAB. Enjoy!
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Submitted by tbbjr over 8 years ago
I created a Numbers spreadsheet to help me create budget numbers for use in other financial apps, and to keep a simple single page snapshot view of how I am meeting my budget throughout the year. I have added instructions and popup notes to help others tweak the spreadsheet for their own use, which I do just about every month. I tried to make it visually appealing along with being more than just a list of expense categories like most others are. Hope others find it useful. Good luck!
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Submitted by tbird about 9 years ago
This (really) easy budget planner template allows you to easily track your money. All you have to do is import your earnings and expenses, and it does the work of adding and subtracting for you. Best for children/teens looking for a great way to track their money without much hassle.
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Submitted by LaurelRose over 9 years ago
Allows you to track bills monthly with amount, date paid, and percentage of income towards each expense. It also shows how much you have left after paying bills. This is my first template, so I hope you enjoy it!
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Submitted by markl almost 10 years ago
Numbers Template that shows retirement in goals in both real and inflation-adjusted terms. It allows you to figure this as a percentage of income, rather than a fixed amount, and also allows an annual percentage increase in salary, and a percentage match from the company in a 401(k) if needed. The inflation adjustment is there if you think you want to have a certain amount in "today's dollars" on hand when you retire. This also will graph the result for you. One downside is that I don't know enough scripting to change the number of years in the graph automatically based on the sheet input. If someone else knows how, I'd gladly accept the revision.