One Month Cash Flow

One Month Cash Flow

Fill in your total expected Income, Fixed, and Flex expenses for one month and consider rounding up for expenses. Fill in every field, even if it’s a zero. Review your totals at the bottom of the page. If your total balance is $0 than you have balanced your Plan. Once you hit the submit button, you’ll have the option to download your responses as a PDF.

About you

Name
Name
First
Last

All Income

Recurring paychecks and other Income
$
$

All Fixed Expenses

Recurring expenses next month
$
Rent, Mortgage, HOA fees, etc. If you don’t pay for housing, type 0.
$
Garbage + recycling, gas, cell phone, security, utilities bundles water, wifi
$
This is car loan payments and does not include insurance, gas, or unexpected maintenance.
$
You can plan for the minimum or more, you choose.
$
You can plan for the minimum or more, you choose. Student loan, personal loans, etc.
$
Bank maintenance fees, medical payment plans, tax payment plans
$
Car insurance, health insurance, other insurance, pet insurance, property insurance
$
App subscriptions, goods and shipping service subscriptions, gym memberships, grocery delivery subscriptions, media subscriptions, organization memberships
$
$

All Flex Expenses

Daily decisions and one-time expenses next month
$
Clothes, education-related costs like tuition, healthcare charges, home goods, pets, basic goods, and personal care costs.
$
Uncategorized cash
$
Car-related daily costs like gas, street parking, and car washes.
$
Cafes, restaurants, bars, and take out. This does not include groceries.
$
Experience-related expenses like books, one-off donations, one-off classes, flowers, gear, gifts, self care, travel, video games, and work expenses.
$
Ride shares, public transportation, gas expenses

Plan Summary

Plan until you have a $0 balance. If your balance is in the negative, then you either need to increase your take home pay or cut expenses.