Today’s the *long-awaited* launch of my 2022 free financial planner and as always, I’m pretty excited to be sharing it with you!
* And by long-awaited, I actually mean that five people (OK, four but one messaged twice) have messaged me asking when I was going to be sharing it again. 😂
I know there are lots of planners out there that you can pay for (some come in fancy binders and everything) but I wanted to give you a free alternative that you could print out and use to help you to manage your money without having to pay. If money’s tight or you’re trying to get your finances under control then the last thing you might want to be doing is paying for a financial planner when there’s a free version that’s just as good.
(Although, I’m absolutely not judging if you want to buy a prettier one – I’m all about the pretty stationery usually)
What’s in the 2022 Free Financial Planner?
The planner is split out into different sections to make things easier to keep track of and so that you don’t have to print out the whole thing at once if you don’t want to.
The first section in the main 2021 financial planning section which is the introduction to the planner and includes everything you need to help you to work out your monthly budget, calculate your savings goals and learn to plan your meals along with a meal planning template for you to use each week and some other handy trackers to keep you on track.
After the introduction, the planner is broken down into the twelve-monthly sections with each month having just what you need to manage your monthly finances. You’ll find monthly goals tracking, no spend day trackers and a handy spending log so you can see where your money is going. There’s also ways to track your debt and debt repayments, a Birthday list so you never forget anyone’s big day and even some mini-tasks to do throughout the year that will help you to be even more organised.
There’s a few other bits and bobs dotted throughout the planner to help you stay on track and complete important financial tasks that need doing during the year.
You can print off selected pages if you prefer or even extras of your favourite page (instructions here if you’re not sure how to do it).
So many of you have messaged me over the last couple of years to let me know how you’re using your planner and how helpful it’s been and I’ve taken on board all of your suggestions and requests each year so it’s improved each time we’ve released it and I really hope you’re going to find this year’s even more useful than ever before!
A financial planner isn’t just for New Year though, you can start anytime so if you want to get a head start, just print out the pages you want and make a start right now!
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Why not do your future self a favour and print out my free financial planner for later: