everydayExcel Newsletter - 20 Jan 2009
A Really Simple but Powerful Personal Budgeting Template - F.R.E.E
I am glad that so many of you find the Excel Calendar Template useful
and are using it to mark out important dates. Good news, you can get
more good ideas on how the calendar can be used in this
Excel Calendar Page.
The overwhelming request for the Excel Calendar has motivated me
to share with you another exciting template, this time for personal
budgeting. Personal budgeting is more important than what most people
realise; everyone must know how to do it the correct way, especially
when the financial crisis is brewing so much uncertainty in the
economy. Without planning specifically how to spend and save,
many people ended up not meeting their savings target at the end
of the month or even spending more than what they had intended.
And for some, personal budgeting is a totally alien concept; it
has never happened. If you are one of these who simply place a
monthly saving target in the mind and hope to achieve it without
having a clue how to get, you must obtain this unique and powerful
personal budgeting template. Read on to find out more about this very
useful, free template in this page on
The process of budgeting is like watching a ball game. You want to
know how much the team you are supporting is leading or losing in
the game. Constantly, you are watching the scores to make sure that
your team is widening the lead. Likewise, in budgeting, knowing how
much you have achieved on a regular basis would help you understand
how far away you are in achieving your goal, for example, saving
$10,000 for this year.
Most budgeting templates out there can help you plan the amount
to spend and save, but unfortunately do not offer any easy means
of monitoring and reviewing our spending habits regularly (e.g,
monthly) and help assess if we are on or off our budgeting targets.
An ideal budgeting template should make the entire process of
budgeting so simple that you can focus on your goal and not on
data collection. It lets you enter the data into the template
easily, and in just a few simple steps and you're on your way to
monitor your actual savings against your plan month to month. We
have created a special template to do this. Using the available
functions in Excel without any macros involved, this template
allows you to enter your budgeted and actual income and expenses
logically and effortlessly into the worksheet, without you having
to spend hours linking all the cells together. With a few simple
steps, your budget and actual numbers are incredibly presented side
by side for your analysis. It's powerful and one-of-a-kind. You
will not find this template anywhere else as it's specially created
using part of a secret formula that we taught to our participants in
our Corporate Budgeting
Course. You can see how this useful and free template looks like in
this page on
To learn how you could easily make use of the template to plan for
your future, sign up for our Lunch Time Talk on 3 Feb 09 now! It's free!
All you have to do is drop us an email with your name and mobile
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|Date: ||11 Feb 2009 (Wed)|
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Schedule for our Sales Performance Analytics with Excel
R1: 2 & 3 Mar 2009
R2: 27 Mar & 3 April 2009
Schedule for our Revolutionary Approach to Excel Budgeting.
R1: 5, 6, 12 & 13 Feb 2009
R2: 16, 17, 23 and 24 Mar 2009