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Welcome to Day 18 of '31 Days of Homemaking Printables' series. For those of us with debt, it is really nice to track how much we are paying off each month. I like knowing I am getting all that deb...

Welcome to Day 18 of Days of Homemaking Printables' series. For those of us with debt, it is really nice to track how much we are paying off each month. I like knowing I am getting all that deb. debt strategies, pay off debt, how to pay off debt

This Debt Snowball Form is for setting up a debt snowball payment system, where debts with a smaller balance are paid off first. Free to download and print

This Debt Snowball Form is for setting up a debt snowball payment system, where debts with a smaller balance are paid off first. Free to download and print

Debt Snowball Sheet and Debt Payoff Plan - Printable BUNDLE at Printable Planning for only 5.00

On her website, Suze Orman has a tools section which allows you to calculate different things such as a debt eliminator (tells you which to pay down first), expense tracker (no more making your own spreadsheets!), and other tools. Check it out!

Suze Orman's financial planning tools ~ Debt Eliminator, Expense Tracker, Compound Interest Tracker, Average Cost Basis Analyzer, and Mortgage Refinance Calculator

Kitchen Inventory Sheets | Download Freezer and Pantry Inventory

Day 15: Freezer and Pantry Inventory

We used to just guess how much we could afford to pay toward our debt each month.  Now, we budget every penny with YNAB at the beginning of the month and put every unspent penny toward debt at the end of the month. Come see how!

Maximizing Our Debt Repayment at the End of the Month

We used to just guess how much we could afford to pay toward our debt each month. Now, between budgeting every penny of last month's income at the beginning of the month and putting every unspent penny toward debt at the end of the month, we are able to

Better budgeting leads to more saving which can lead to debt reduction.   All possible with flat bill.

Better budgeting leads to more saving which can lead to debt reduction. All possible with flat bill.

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