Wasn't sure where to post this so sorry if it is in the wrong spot. Was wondering if anyone out there had a good, user friendly budgeting tool they use, preferably an excel document? I really need to do a budget! Also if anyone has one where they type in reicpes they need for the week and can add in the cost of food that would be awesome too.
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16-12-2011 12:03 #1
good budgeting tool
16-12-2011 12:14 #2
Try Simple Savings website or SAHM the secret to living on one wage. Both have FB pages too :-)
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16-12-2011 12:25 #3
i used to have one in excel that i just created. really should do that again, i'm currently using a scrap of paper.
16-12-2011 12:53 #4Senior Member
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We use Microsoft money to track all our spending but it doesn't have a great budgeting tool.
16-12-2011 14:39 #5
Thanks CrissyG I'll check it out
16-12-2011 14:52 #6
Try google FIFO ( think) it's a smart money website has a really good buget and converts it to excel as well!!
16-12-2011 14:53 #7
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