Simple Financial Snapshot
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Use this tool to generate a very simple snapshot of your finances based on a 50/30/20 budget. –––
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How it Works →Spend 50% each month on living expenses:Spend 30% each month on discretionary expenses:Save 20% each month (or use to eliminate debt):
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Enter your total annual income after taxes (edit the number in the box):$90,000$3,750$2,250$1,500
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Enter your total credit card debt:$22,000You should have three months income in an emergency account:Using the entire saving allocation above, you could fully fund your emergency account in this many months: OR you could eliminate all credit card debt in this many months:
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Enter your total student, car, mortgage, personal and other loans:$22,5001514.67
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Estimate the total value of assets you own (cash, home and real estate, investments, valuable possessions):$0OR you could eliminate all loans in this many years:After your emergency fund is full and your credit cards paid off, save 15% each month for retirement:Your current total net worth (assets minus liabilities):
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For a full featured, automated budget for Google Sheets, explore the Tiller Monthly Budget →0.00$1,125-$22,000
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1/18/2019
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