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Submitted by lucacasula91 over 7 years ago
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Submitted by gpujic over 7 years ago
Personal finances have highs and lows, even within each month. While most spreadsheets or programs tell you how much you have left in a given month, they don’t tell you if in week 3 of a particular month you will have enough to cover a particular expense or bills. With this spreadsheet, you will have the most accurate personal financing system. The benefit of this system versus the next is that it will tell you EXACTLY how much or little you will have for every week, even months out in the future. Review each cell that has a Orange Corner in it. The eight comments provided will explain exactly how to use this document. For further clarification, comments, or other questions, email me at: [email protected] Thanks, Goran PS> All numbers have been altered for my privacy.
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Submitted by dmk5n over 7 years ago
This is spreadsheet from book Complete homeowners guidebook by David Crook
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Submitted by sara almost 8 years ago
A running loan schedule that allows for extra payments and missed payments. All you need to know is Loan Amount, Simple Interest Rate, Length of loan in years, and loan start date. It shows a self adjusting Amortization schedule that adds interest to the principal if you miss a payment and subtracts from principal extra payments. Great for personal loans. Just stretch things down for a loan longer than 3 years. (Doesn't do compound interest)
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Submitted by kyle_fife almost 8 years ago
See how much of your paychecks are needed to pay those monthly-recurring bills on a paycheck-to-paycheck basis! Simply enter your monthly-recurring bill payments into the "Daily Entries" Sheet. Then go to the "Summary" Sheet and enter a "Starting Paycheck Date". The template will generate a paycheck schedule for your next 35 bi-weekly payday's, with the amount (of each paycheck) needed to cover your bills until your next paycheck. Use this tool to balance your payment schedule, plan your expenses, and eliminate those accidental overdraft fee's that occur when that perfect storm of bills falls on an unsuspecting pay-period... now we can see it coming and do something about it!