Personal Budget Planner
Review: 5 - "A masterpiece of literature" by John Doe, written on May 4, 2006
I really enjoyed this book. It captures the essential challenge people face as they try make sense of their lives and grow to adulthood.
Through this file, you can manage your personal budget, from gross salary all the way until your net disposable income.
Categorize your expenses into fixed and variable costs to see where your money goes, and use this information to extrapolate your net worth into the future.
Plenty of placeholders allow for a specific customization to suit your needs.
Enter your salary details, deduct all relevant expenses, and come up with your monthly net income figure.
After calculating your net salary, list all of your expenses and categorize them into fixed and variable costs. After paying all expenses, your net disposable income is what flows into your savings account.
Monthly Savings Evolution:
On a monthly basis, you can track your cumulative savings coming from the personal budget sheet. Using the adjustment cells to account for specific transaction within a month (dividend payments, or buying a new car).
Using the adjustment cells to account for specific transaction within a month (dividend payments, or buying a new car).
In a last step, you can track the monthly performance of your assets to determine your net worth, and display it visually.