Download this 1 page printable monthly budget worksheet and start tracking your money now! Show your incoming and outgoing expenses and get your money under control with this stylish template.
What Is A Monthly Budget?
A monthly budget is a way to track your income and expenses in monthly increments over a period of time.
It helps you to plan ahead for bills, emergency expenses, and save for the future.
A budget also allows you to make sure that you are not spending more than you earn each month.
Knowing how much money comes in and goes out can help you to stay on top of your finances, and become more mindful with your spending.
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Note: This template is available in both A4 and Letter sizes, as a pdf template. Although 80gsm paper is adequate for most day to day uses, I recommend printing on paper that’s at least 100gsm for the best results, and 120gsm if displaying the printable. You could also use coloured paper for a more personalised style (I love using brown paper!).
How Do You Create A Monthly Budget?
To create a monthly budget, start by tracking all of your expenses and your income over the course of one month.
This will help you identify any areas where you can earn more income, or cut back / save money on expenses.
You can then use this information to set up an action plan for future spending, and (hopefully) saving.
Once you’ve established a budget, it is important to review and adjust it regularly to reflect changes in your income or expenses.
With a good monthly budget in place, you can be sure that you’re spending responsibly, staying within your means, and working towards your financial goals by being able to make the most of the money you have.
To help create your own, why not download the free printable monthly budget worksheet now?
When you have an overview of your money, you have more control of how you use it – and that’s got to be a good thing, right?!
Hope it helps you to stay on track, and even to get ahead with your saving goals.