The BEST time to start a Tires Sinking Fund is when you DON’T need tires! The second best time is NOW! Start your Sinking Fund now so you don’t get caught with bald tires and no cash!
How To Know When It’s Time To Replace Your Tires
Have you tried the penny test?
Check out this video to know if it’s time to replace your tires.
Tires Sinking Fund Supplies
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- Card Stock
- Tires Sinking Fund Printable – found below
- Colored Pencils
How To Use The Tires Sinking Fund Chart
- Print your Tires Sinking Fund Chart – found below!
When you print, I suggest using Card Stock for durability.
- Determine how much you need to save for the Tires you want to buy and write that number in the Goal Box.
- Divide your saving goal by 10 and write that number in the Amount Per Section Box.
Write each increment on the lines shooting off the graphic, with the smallest on the bottom. If your tires will cost $1,000, you would write $100 on the bottom line, $200 on the next line, $300 on the third line, etc.
- Divide your Amount Per Section amount by 10 and write that number in the Amount Per Line Box.
Each section consists of 10 lines to fill in. If you plan to save $1,000 and each section represents $100, then each line would represent $10. For every $10 you save, color in a line.
Add your Tires Sinking Fund to your family spending plan and SAVE! Place your Tires Sinking Fund in a place that you will see it often.
Imagine how it will feel when you replace your tires, using CASH!
Get Your Tires Sinking Fund Chart Here!
Tires Cash Envelope
Need a place to keep the cash you’re saving for new tires? Check out this Tires Cash Envelope!