Christmas is coming! As much as we try to deny it and push it out of our minds, it is on it’s way… 8 weeks and counting! Ok, I’m sure that some of you are already on the ball and have started your Holiday Planning.
I’m having a hard time getting into it, but I know I had better get started and the first thing I always like to do is figure out my Christmas Budget.
It’s time to get your Holiday Budget figured out and start planning your Christmas gift spending.
When you have a plan and have an idea of what your expenses are going to be, you are much more likely to stay on track with your spending and stick to your budget.
Hopefully, you have some money set aside for the Holidays or can save it up in the next 2 months so you don’t have to Finance Christmas. I have heard a lot of talk from folks who are going pretty simple and frugal this year (myself included) and if this is you, there are still some expenses to be expected.
I have a little Christmas present for you…
5 Free Excel Christmas Budget Worksheets
These worksheets will help you figure out your budget and keep track of all of your gift spending and even figure out your budget for next year so you can start saving in January of the new year!
There are 5 worksheets that will automatically calculate when you enter your numbers!
- Christmas Budget – figure out how much money you need for various expense categories this Holiday Season
- Family Christmas Gift Budget – for the immediate family, keep track of the gift, storage location, budgeted amount and actual spent for each family member
- Christmas Gift Budget – for extended family & friends, keep track of the gift, storage location, budgeted amount, actual spent for each person and your remaining balance
- Grandparent’s Christmas Gift Budget – for the kids, grand-kids & great grand-kids, keep track of the gift, storage location, budgeted amount, actual spent for each person and your remaining balance
- Next Year’s Christmas Budget – calculate your expenses for this year and estimate any additional expenses for next year, get your total and start saving in January for a debt free Holiday in December
Feel free to share this Christmas Budget with your family & friends, or post on your blog or website!
Free Holiday Budget WorksheetsGrab this Code:
If you have problems downloading this version, you may need an older version.
All of the pages are included in one workbook or file, to get to a different page just click the page tabs at the bottom of the sheets.
Be sure to save this file to your computer after you download and open it.
If you do not have Excel on your computer, you can download for FREE, OpenOffice which has a Spreadsheet Program by clicking here.
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Good luck with your Holiday Budgeting this year and I hope this helps you out a little! Be sure to check out The Holiday Planner, it is filled with checklists, charts and templates to help make your Holiday Planning as stress-free and organized as possible!