This page explains how to use my personal financial independence spreadsheet.If you haven’t already downloaded the spreadsheet, click here to get instant access!
The first tab in the spreadsheet is where you record your monthly account balances.
If you don’t have a Personal Capital account, you can sign up for free here.
If you are not sure what projected expenses are read Step 10 in our budgeting series below.
Click Here to read about how one CBB fan Jen uses our budget spreadsheet and has successfully gotten her family finances back on track.
In the previous version, one had to determine the monthly cost of each of their goals.
Now one can enter the full cost and the spreadsheet will divide that total by the number of months for the Dreamline: One thing to considerwhen using this new feature is that some purchases lend themselves to long-term monthly installments, like a mortgage or car payment.Note: Before you download and use any items on this page or associated with this site found on the internet please read our site disclaimer/policy terms and conditions. He recently became a father to a very busy toddler who allows him to be a kid at heart.He bought his first house at the age of 21 after University and his second at the age of 24. CBB and his wife are Debt and Mortgage Free and they did it all in under 5 years using a Budget.Below are the reviewed 2016/2017 versions of the free budget spreadsheet.Please read all disclaimers before using any information, budgets or downloadable tools from this site.Above is a screen shot of The Canadian Budget Binder Budget Spreadsheet that we use In the CBB family- This is an excel spreadsheet that I designed for our budget.