Helpful Spreadsheets


I’ve found that spreadsheets give me a strange sense of satisfaction.

Here are a few very helpful spreadsheets that I’ve found around the web.

Grocery Geeks– has an overall grocery savings spreadsheet that I use for all my grocery/household/toiletry items.

Crazy Coupon Ladies– offers a scenario spreadsheet to help you plan your trips

IheartCVS– offers a CVS tracker that helps track your spending AND your ECB’s. I altered this one in a separate spreadsheet to also track my Walgreen’s spending and RR’s.. but haven’t figured out how to add in the rebate stuff too yet!

Pinching Your Pennies– has a Price Book that I’m going to attempt to use. It gives you a list of average good to excellent prices for over 150 normal items. (I’m printing it out and keeping it in my binder) and also some blank pages so I can begin to track prices of certain things between stores here locally.

Maybe I’ll invent some of my own someday. 🙂

Here’s one I made for my family to use for budgeting purposes many many years ago. I’ll be posting about this in a WFMW post soon!

Download here

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One response to “Helpful Spreadsheets

  1. Thanks for the shout out 🙂

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