My Big Bundle Box Of Beautiful Clever Budget Coloring Page Printables
If you have a household budget, you’re doing better than most!
No matter how thorough we attempt to be when constructing a budget, there are usually a few things that escape our minds.
It’s the little surprises that can ruin well-laid plans. This is especially true with personal financial matters.
If you are struggling to keep track of your household budget, why not download my Big Bundle Box Of Beautiful Clever Budget Coloring Page Printables?
You can use this Big Bundle Box Of Beautiful Clever Budget Coloring Page Printables to destress in 2 ways:
- use it to keep track of your family budget so that you will stay on top of your finances and stress-free with regards to your money;
- color the black and white printable pages during your relaxing coloring sessions.
Take A Peep Inside Your Beautiful Bundle Box Of Pretty Printables:
Inside Your Beautiful Bundle Box Of Pretty Printables
You will receive 28 pdf documents in total, consisting of the following black and white coloring page printables:
- Budget Cover
- Budget Interior Cover
- Budget Back Cover
- Budget Bill Payment Log Monthly
- Budget Bill Payment Log Annual
- Budget Bank Account Register
- Budget Annual Donations Log
- Budget Savings Log
- Budget Categories
- Budget Monthly Design 1
- Budget Monthly Design 2
- Budget Master Debt Payoffs
- Budget Financial Freedom
- Budget Daily Expense Tracker
- Budget Bill Pay Calendar
- Budget Debt Payoff Log
- Budget Master Balance Sheet
- Budget Master Account Numbers
- Budget Occasional Bill Log Master
- Budget Occasional Bill Log
- Budget Occasional Bill Log Categories
- Budget Monthly Recap 1
- Budget Monthly Recap 2
- Budget Notes
- Budget Envelopes
- Tab Stickers
- Washi Tape 1
- Washi Tape 2
Oh, before you go, let me highlight some expenses that families tend to forget to include in their family budgets…
Expenses That You Forgot to Include in Your Budget
Remember to consider these areas when creating your budget:
1. Pet-Related Expenses
This category includes food, boarding, health care, toys, grooming fees, bedding, and any other supplies you feel your pet needs to be happy and comfortable.
2. Big-Ticket Items
Is there a new car, vacation, or a new washing machine in your near future? These items often slip our minds when making financial plans. Plan for and include these expenses in your budget projections.
3. Non-Monthly Bills
Since most bills are paid monthly, budgets are set up on the same schedule. However, some bills aren’t paid twelve times a year. Depending on where you live, the water and trash bills might be quarterly.
* Automobile registration is an annual bill. This is a small amount in many states, but it can be a massive bill in others. Set aside a little each month if the expense is considerable.
* Property taxes can be built into your monthly mortgage payment, but this isn’t always the case. Plan ahead.
* Insurance premiums are often paid annually or quarterly. Remember to budget for these.
* Subscriptions and memberships are another non-monthly bills. These can include gym memberships, magazine or newspaper subscriptions, and warehouse club membership fees.
* Home and car maintenance and repair costs can vary from year to year. It’s easy to plan for oil changes and furnace filters. But how is your roof looking? What about the tires on your car? These possible expenses can also be budgeted for if you remember them.
* Eye examinations, dental checkups, and annual trips to the doctor are other expenses that many of us forget when creating a budget. If you need a new pair of orthotics each year, include them, too. Consider your regular medical expenses and accommodate them within your budget.
Think about your clothing costs over a year and include a line item in your budget. Do you have any special occasions this year? Perhaps a wedding or other formal event will require special financial consideration. Everyone needs to buy clothes on occasion.
Christmas and birthdays have a way of sneaking up on us. It might be a good idea to start saving and maybe even do your shopping in January. Christmas can be a significant expense, depending on your traditions and the size of your family.
6. School-Related Expenses
School supplies, field trip fees, school lunches, physicals for sports, and numerous other expenses can add up over the school year.
It’s essential to account for everything in your budget. A household budget isn’t very useful if many of your expenses are excluded. Many financial expenditures are routinely forgotten when a budget is constructed. Go over your bills from last year and ensure you’re including everything relevant.
Shoo, go plan your family finances in your beautiful set of Beautiful Clever Budget Coloring Page Printables now!
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