It’s been a while since my kids played baseball but I do remember shopping for bats, and they weren’t cheap! A bat is definitely worth a Baseball Bat Sinking Fund Chart! Woot!
Baseball Bat Sinking Fund Chart
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Bat Sinking Fund Chart Supplies
- Card Stock
- Annual Homeowner’s Insurance Sinking Fund Chart Printable – found below
- Colored Pencils
How To Use The Bat Sinking Fund Chart
- Gain access to the Homeowner’s Insurance Sinking Fund Chart below! When you print, I suggest using Card Stock for durability.
- Determine how much you need to save for your annual homeowner’s insurance and write the amount in the Goal Box.
- Divide your saving goal by 10 and write it in the Amount Per Section box.
- Write each increment on the lines shooting off the graphic with the smallest on the bottom. If you plan to save $700, you would write $70 on the bottom line, $140 on the next line, etc.
- Divide your Amount Per Section by 10 and write it in the Amount Per Line box.
- As you save, color in the lines! Each increment consists of 10 lines to fill in. If you plan to save $700 and each increment represents $70, each line would represent $7. For every $7 you save, color in a line.
- Add your annual homeowner’s insurance to your monthly spending plan. If you need to save $700 for annual insurance, put $60/month into a sinking fund for that purpose.
Big expenses, like that sweet bat, can become more doable when you break it down like this on a Sinking Fund Chart!
More Sinking Fund Charts
Gain access to the Baseball Bat Sinking Fund Chart here!