It’s finally here! The 2020 Financial planner launches today! This will be my 6th year of designing and launching the financial planner – and I have to say that this year’s version is my favorite.
The 2020 Financial Planner was inspired by the bullet journal trend that I have seen everywhere. I’m intrigued by the thought of creating a bullet journal but 1. I have zero drawing (even doodling) abilities and 2. they take so much time, that at this stage of life I just don’t have.
So I created a hybrid version for the 2020 planner. The entire planner is meant to be printed in black and white ink (Double-Sided!). It has been designed so that you are able to easily and beautifully fill it out with all the colors your heart desires. From fancy colored ink pens to simple Crayola colored pencils, it will be a work of art.
The 2020 financial planner is thoughtfully designed and laid out so that you can easily organize (Even color code) your finances. It walks you through breaking down your financial history so that you can easily implement a plan to become and stay debt-free.
Beyond helping you create a plan to become debt-free, it also helps you manage your day to day finances.
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The 2020 version boasts the same great pages as the year past. If you already know all about the financial planner and want yours – just CLICK HERE to grab yours.
If you are new to the financial planner let me walk you through the pages!
Year at a Glance | This is a two page spread that calendars out your entire year. I like to lightly color in when we will be getting paid, as well as the kid’s school vacations, holidays, or any other major financial expense. This year there is even a key at the top of the page for you to color-code your dates!
Paycheck Scheduling | You can learn all about how we use the paycheck scheduling method RIGHT HERE. << This was the game-changer for my family and our finances.
- Budgeting Step-By-Step
- Organizing Your Bills
- Managing Your Money – You should be doing more of these!
- Why a $1,000 Emergency Fund is NOT Enough!
- Paycheck Budgeting
Savings Goals | You can call them sinking funds or just goals. Heck, call them whatever you want as long as you are setting aside money for your future expenses – so you never accumulate any additional debt!
New this year! Credit Score Monitoring | This two-page spreads allow for you and your spouse to track your credit score throughout the year along with an area to track credit report errors. The second page allows tracking for four other key factors that make up your credit score.
New This Year! Monthly Budgeting Spread | Back by popular demand I included monthly budgeting sheets.
Full Debt Overview and Debt Payoff Priority Log | Get the full picture of your debt – and set your pay off plan! This is the very first step in becoming debt-free!
New This Year! Progress at a Glance | This is not only for you but for the spouses. My Husband tends to feel clueless sometimes when it comes to our financial progress since I handle all of the finances. This spread gives you and them a monthly update as well as progress throughout the year. A literally a glance, he can see exactly where we stand.
Debt Snowball | This is my tried and true debt snowball and progress coloring page.
Bill Pay | Again with a classic. I have used these bill page sheets for YEARS! They make such a huge difference – especially for those who have a tendency to miss a payments. CLICK HERE for more info on how and why to use this.
Go grab yours and get started on rocking the new year! Click Here to buy yours now for only $5.00!