Want to know exactly how much store sales and coupons are saving you? Want to track your grocery spending against a budget?
I designed a handy spreadsheet to do just that! Below, you will find two different Excel versions. You are welcome to use this for your PERSONAL USE. If you are a blogger, you are welcome to link to this feature on your site (please do not make the download available on your site). If you teach coupon classes, you are welcome to share about it as well.
While I’ve worked to make this as user-friendly as possible, please note I simply do not have the resources (AKA time) to help provide personal Excel training. Therefore, I do recommend a basic understanding of Excel.
Once you’ve clicked on the version you want to use, be sure to save it to a location on your computer. Feel free to make any/all modifications you wish.
NEW! 2013 Savings Tracker (Excel 2007 Version)*
NEW! 2013 Savings Tracker 97-03 (Excel 97-03 Version)
Don’t have Excel?
I have a few solutions if you don’t have Excel.
1) Open Office. Best bet is to simply download Open Office. It’s free and compatible for both Mac and PC. You’ll then be able to open Word docs and Excel spreadsheets, including the ones above! I’ve used it myself and it works great.
2) 2013 Savings Tracker in Open Document. I’m not entirely sure what this format means, but I had the option to save the file this way. Might be worth a try!
* Please note that if you are using Internet Explorer, the 2007 version will want to download as a .zip file. To rememdy this, either save it as a zip and reopen in Excel OR open using another browser, such as Firefox or Chrome.
Help for the Savings Tracker
Download a free manual for how to use the Savings Tracker. It’s free!
Would you prefer to just watch me talk about the Savings Tracker? Head to this recorded webcast from January 2011.
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