In uncertain economic times, it is essential that focus turns toward seriously building your emergency savings fund. How often, we are not prepared for life’s events, i.e., layoffs/loss of income, college, retirement, marriage, divorce, catastrophic disasters, major car repairs, death, new editions to the family and more. How often we are not prepared to help others in their life’s event. That doesn’t have to be if we plan financially for our future. To be successful in financial and emergency preparedness, it begins with budgeting each month, charting income against expenses so that you can have a full eye’s view of how you are spending your money. If you accurately budget, you will be able to determine where you are over spending and under spending and will be able to work towards balancing your budget.
When you don’t have a budget, you will have very little control over your money and it will be very easy to spend beyond your means. Because of spontaneous spending, it leaves little money left over to go into a savings account which is the primary goal of this emergency fund guide. Storehouse Ready will help you build an emergency fund no matter how small your income. You will also be able to manage your finances successfully monthly through the Monthly Budget Planner Forms and other tools. Get ready to live debt free, to be at peace financially, and enjoy the quality of life that you were destined to have. (This guide contains over 5 years of Monthly Budget Planning.)
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THE AMAZING ONE-SHEET MONTHLY BUDGET TRACKER FORM