- STEP #1: Write down all of the bills you want to pay for that specific paycheck that you wrote down on the top of the form. Use your budget calendar as a reference.
- STEP #2: Subtract your regular bills from your expected income. Pay your bills online.
- STEP #3: Use any leftover income after paying your regular bills (labeled with letter “A” on the worksheet) for your cash envelopes.
- STEP #4: List out all of your cash envelopes and the cash that you want to spend for each spending envelope.
- STEP #5: Subtract your cash envelope amounts from the income that you had left over after paying your regular bills.
- STEP #6: Use any leftover income after paying your regular bills and cash envelopes (labeled with letter “B” on the worksheet) for your sinking funds.
- STEP #7: List all of the things that you are saving for. Use the amounts from your Savings Worksheet and Tracker.
- STEP #8: Use any leftover income after paying for your sinking funds to make an extra debt payment or savings contribution. If your priority is not paying down debt, then use any leftover income to make an extra savings contribution.
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- The Budgeting Method That Changed My Life
- February 20th 2019 Paycheck Budget Overview
- The Process to Figure Out How Much Cash to Use for Your Cash Envelopes
- What is Your Budget Variance
- How I Handle Online Shopping Using the Cash Envelope Method
- How to Track the Leftover Cash You Are Rolling Over into New Envelopes
- How to Figure Out Your Cash Envelope Categories and Amounts
- Budgeting When You Don't Make Enough Money