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Have you been looking to add a puppy to the family but the costs astound you? Sinking Funds are here to help! Our Puppy Sinking Fund Chart will give you the visual you need to save for your new pet! Puppy Sinking Fund Chart When my daughter was in third grade (she’s a senior now), she desperately [...]

My 17-year-old daughter recently opened a bank account at our Credit Union. She’s always had a savings account but switched over to a checking account she would have better access to. Yes! A Checking Account. BUT, apparently, it is not common to use checks these days. The guy looked at me like I had three [...]

Have you been dreaming of a Disney Vacation? That’s what Sinking Funds are for! Guess what? We have a Disney Vacation Sinking Fund chart just for you! It’s the Sinking Fund the whole family will get on board with! Disney Vacation Sinking Fund Chart Disney Vacation Sinking Fund Chart Supplies This post contains affiliate links. When you purchase through [...]

A Home Maintenance Sinking Fund is probably one of the most necessary Sinking Funds for homeowners. According to HGTV, you should set aside 1% – 3% of your home’s purchase price each year for Home Maintenance. Say WHAT? That’s a LOT of dough! We’re talking $3,000 – $9,000 a year on a $300,000 home. Even [...]

Whether you are planning to purchase a new car or need a sinking fund for car maintenance, our Sinking Fund Chart For Your Car Fund will attempt to keep you on the road to saving! Car Fund Chart Everyone should have a Car Sinking Fund! How To Use The Car Sinking Fund Chart Click the picture below to print [...]

Are you ready to Crush Debt? A visual is a great way to keep your goal to stomp out debt once and for all. Not just on payday. Use our Debt Free Chart in conjunction with our Debt Boss debt tracker to know where you stand on debt. Debt Free Chart Our Debt Free Chart [...]

One way we have failed as parents is not saving for our kids’ college education. UGH! We’ve done so much right but we get a fat F when it comes to this. Thankfully, we are debt free, with the exception of our home. The next few months will be spent saving as much as we [...]

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