Download a “Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without!” printable to remind you to conserve your funds to meet your financial and clutter-free goals.
If you’re serious about being clutter-free, you have to declutter your finances, too, right? As a first step, I recommend completing a net worth spreadsheet–and I even provide a (currently free!) printable for you to use on this site as well as some tips for completing it.
Decluttering your life means decluttering everything–including your finances. The first task in clearing the financial clutter and attaining financial freedom is to assess where you are. Download a fillable, editable, savable, printable PDF (a portable document file for use in Adobe Acrobat or a similar program) that calculates your net worth for you in a spreadsheet-like format. You can save it to your computer or drive, edit with your financial information, print, and later update it.
Download a charitable donation log to help you keep track of donations for taxes. It is fillable/editable, savable, and printable, so you can print it and write on the hard copy or enter your information in Adobe Reader and save or print the file.
Learn how to complete a bill pay checklist to ensure that you never waste money or time on a late payment.
Download a free monthly bill pay checklist to help you take control of your finances. It is fillable/editable, savable, and printable, so you can print it and write on the hard copy or enter your information in Adobe Reader and save or print the file.