Working on building your $1000 emergency fund? This free savings tracker printable comes as a pdf download and is a fun way to visualize your progress on saving money!
Do you have an emergency fund? It’s recommended that at a minimum, you have an emergency fund of $1000.
When you are first starting to save money for your emergency fund, $1000 can seem daunting. This visual tracker will help you stay motivated as you work to build your emergency fund.
HOW TO USE THE $1000 SAVINGS TRACKER PRINTABLE
This printable has the $1000 emergency fund broken into manageable $10 increments. Each time you save money towards your emergency fund, color in a $10 block for each $10 saved.
For example, if you saved $30, fill in the $10, $20, and $30 blocks. This should equal how much you have saved so far in total.
Your emergency fund could be in a jar at home or you could set up a separate savings account; the important part is to just begin saving!
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Download The Savings Tracker PDF
The savings tracker is a PDF file and Adobe Reader is required to access and open these. It is free to download.
Printed colors may vary from computer monitor colors. Want to save on color ink? Just print in black and white!
Click here to download the Savings Tracker Printable.
Please note: This printable is for your personal use only and not to be distributed, edited or copied.
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