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Are you a digital spender looking for a budget planner that fits their style?
Someone who doesn’t use cash unless absolutely necessary? A credit card point collector, or just someone who no longer wants to use cash and prefers debit or credit.
Have you ever wanted to have a paper based budget planner, but were frustrated that all the budget planners you could find were focused on using cash as the main method of spending?
I was looking for a new budget planner to use when I started my maternity leave. My income changed with my leave, and I really needed to drill down on my spending and budgeting, so I made the switch to paper based, or budgeting by-hand.
After searching everywhere, I couldn’t find a printable budget planner that suited my cashless spending style. All the printable budgets were based on the cash envelope system. For non-cash spenders, it just doesn’t fit, so the Canadian Budget Planner was born to fill this gap. I believe it to be the first paper based budget for digital spenders.
By the way, you definitely do not have to be a Canadian to use this product, it is universally applicable.
You can buy it now or scroll down to learn more and get a sneak peek at a few of the documents!
What’s in the Budget Planner?
The Canadian Budget Planner is a financial management system to help you get out of debt, set and reach financial goals, plan for infrequent and unexpected expenses, Save for an emergency fund, Set a budget, track your spending, reflect and learn and more!
This Budget Planner is way more than just a budget. It includes 3 sections with an incredible 14 documents in total to help you get your financial life in order! Use selected parts as needed, or utilize the whole budget planner to suit your needs!
Section 1: Preparation Work & Annual Documents
- Financial Goal Setter
- Bill Tracker
- Debt Tracker
- Debt Payoff Planner
- Infrequent Expenses
- Emergency Fund Builder
- Identifying Spending Categories
Section 2: Start of Month Documents
- Bills & Pay Days Calendar
- Core Budget
- Expense Tracker
- Category Spending Tracker
Section 3: End of Month Documents
- Results & Review
- Debt Payoff Progression
- Savings Tracker
I’m so excited to launch this product, and I hope you are excited to learn more about this budget planner!
The best way to move forward with your finances is to know where your money is going, track what is due, and make a goal for you to move toward. This awesome tool lets you take control of your finances and build wealth!
If you want to start with a budget planner that can change your financial future, Start here!
Tag us on social media @CanadianBudget and use the hashtag #CanadianBudgetPlanner We would love to see how you use the product to rock your own budget!
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About The Author
Jessica Morgan is the founder of canadianbudget.ca and a Millennial mom of one who has a burning obsession with all things personal finance. Jessica has a BA in East Asian Studies from York University and a Masters in Business Administration from Toronto Metropolitan University. She is a career public sector employee with a Hybrid Pension, as well as an advocate for Canadian women to improve their personal finance knowledge.