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Submitted by Mothage 5 months ago
I created this to replace my various accounting software that were always too confusing, cumbersome and expensive! This is a simple template that will allow you track business expenses and then look at a fancy pie chart for a breakdown of the various business expense categories. I use one tab per month (so you'll need to duplicate tabs). You have to manually enter the ending balances from the previous month to a new month. The columns on the far right for "Taxes" are my way of keeping "pockets" of designated funds within my same bank account. So I know that out of the total balance $xxx is set aside to pay Uncle Sam. The "available" balance reflects this. You'll want to customize the income sources (drop down items) and then add them to the corresponding table for the chart. Further enhancements planned will be carrying the balances forward (if possible) and quarterly and yearly summary sheets. Enjoy!
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Submitted by lstndfnd001 almost 3 years ago
this is a Finance tracker that uses a single register for all accounts. Some of you may recognize your work. i built off of anothers template i do not remember who or i would list their name here for his hard work. if anyone has any suggestions on possible changes or additions let me know.
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Submitted by JimIntriglia almost 3 years ago
Created using Numbers v3.2.2, the Dealer Lease Cost Comparison Worksheet will facilitate gathering, calculating and comparing car lease costs quotes provided by auto dealers. This spreadsheet is a great shopping, negotiating, and educational tool, when you are in the market to lease a new vehicle. The worksheet works great on an iPad-- especially handy when you are in the final stages of negotiating the final cost of a vehicle in the F&I (Finance and Insurance) guys office. When quoted lease cost variables change, like interest rates, money factor, etc., simply plug-in new quoted values and re-calculate all of the key lease cost aspects, including the "walk-away" cost of the lease.
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Submitted by lstndfnd001 about 3 years ago
very simple money tracking template. can be sized to anyone. income and expense with difference. also a printer friendly first tab that has all information and a bar graph for those who want it.