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Submitted by tbird about 8 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 8 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 9 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.
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Submitted by luiscoentro about 9 years ago
PT: Folha de cálculo para registar as despesas e receitas domésticas e património; EN: Domestic finance registry
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Submitted by KarlH over 9 years ago
Budget your University costs using this handy spreadsheet. Includes an additional printer-friendly sheet.