Helps prevent paying those Bank fee's by looking ahead if you've overspent.
You can play 'What If' to learn how to make your money stretch.
Helps manage your spending because your regularly occurring bills automatically are subtracted from your available funds to show you how much is left over.
No more math errors. All the math is done automatically so you never make mistakes and overspend.
You can start this any day of the month, using your available funds to customize it to your own needs.
No Advanced Math skills needed. No Advanced Computer skills needed. No Advanced Excel skills needed.
What could you have bought with the money you paid the bank for those bounce fees. Stop lining the banks with your money.
Plan, Forecast, Predict.
Build confidence, peace of mind, knowing ahead of time your money will stretch.
You can start using this tool any day of the month. It's easy to get started, even day-one when you first download it. Watch how easy it is now.
Learn ahead how to enable your Excel Macro's to make sure this tool will work for you.
How to extract the test file from the zip file so you can get started testing before you buy.
Some programs in Excel have small programs written to make things work better. This Excel file has Buttons and Macros to make things automatic for you. Learn how to activate your Macros here.
Learn how to run a Macro enabled file even if your computer can't be Macro Enabled.
Check in the resources folders and find your DayBeforePayday.zip file to DOWNLOAD. Remember to DOWNLOAD it first, then extract it like shown in the Test video,
The ledger is where all the Debits and Credits come together and show the balance you have to work with.
This is where you will list everything that takes away from your balance. These include bills, any expense, regular outgo of funds.
This group includes any income related item, such as regular paydays, side jobs, second jobs, any type of income that add's to your balance
This is NOT a budgeting tool, but it can be used to help find what you're really spending in areas that you didn't know about.
You are correct, it's not a Budgeting tool, but it has some basic's that allow you to compare your income and outgo to see what's left over.
What to do, and Not to do. Learn and refresh what you learned in the class to make it easy.
Sometimes it's good after you learn something new, to highlight what you learned to enforce its benefits.
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