The Canadian Budget Planner

Budget Planner Printable

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The By-Hand Budget for the Digital Spender

Are you a digital spender?

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 printable budgeting system, 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.

The Canadian Budget Planner has been in the works for months now and it’s ready to go! I am so excited to share with you a little bit about what you can find in the Canadian Budget Planner. 

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!

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!

It includes 3 sections with an incredible 14 documents in total!

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
  • Spending Tracker
  • Category Tracker

Section 3: End of Month Documents

  • Results & Review
  • Debt Payoff Progression
  • Savings Tracker

Sounds interesting?

I’m so excited to launch this product, and I hope you are excited to learn more!

If you want to get started with your budgeting you can purchase 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!

Read more like this from the Budgeting Section of the Blog. 

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