In this section you can find a myriad of different forms to download. These are all free for readers of MapleMoney.com! You can download each form by clicking on the form’s name.
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- Coupon Tracker – Keep track of your coupon inventory with these coupon trackers.
- Shopping List – A handy shopping list to bring with you when you head to the grocery store. “PM” means price match – check this box if the item will be price matched and then note the name of the store you will be price matching. “CPN” means coupon – check this box if you plan to use a coupon on your item.
- Produce Buying Guide – Do you know how to pick a ripe pineapple? What about a fresh artichoke? There is quite a bit of fresh produce available at grocery stores and not everyone knows exactly how to pick the perfect piece of fruit or the freshest vegetable. I did a bit of reasearch and compiled a list of tips to help you pick great produce when you’re out shopping.
- Mail-In Rebate Tracker – I have missed out on many rebates and wasn’t reimbursed for some that I should have been reimbursed for – simply because I was not tracking those rebates very well. So, we created a mail-in rebate tracker and thought you all might be able to use it as well.
- Automatic Withdrawals Tracker – A handy form that you can use to track all of those automatic withdrawals. Designed for you to input the bills that are automatically withdrawn from your bank account each week/month/etc. Hopefully this will help those of you that forget about these bills!
- Price Book – Knowing when a sale price is actually a good deal can be hard. Keep track of the regular prices of items at your favourite store(s), so that when you see sale prices, you can compare them to the regular prices and determine if they are actually a good deal or not. Never pay full price again!
- Budget & Expense Worksheet – This will help you get started (or continue on) using a budget to manage your finances. There are 4 pages to this download, a sample and customizable budget, a sample and customizable expense tracking worksheet. The instructions for using the expense tracking worksheet can be found on the bottom of the worksheet page (both the sample and the customizable one). Note: For those of you who may be confused about the “planned spending category”, this is for your yearly expenses.
- Budget Template (Microsoft Excel) or Budget Template (Open Office) – Track your monthly expenses and income.
- Yearly Expenses – Have you ever wondered how to keep track of those expenses that come up every few months or once per year? Things like oil changes, haircuts, and birthday party celebrations don’t usually need to be paid for on a monthly basis, and because of this, many people don’t include them in their budget. Make sure you are tracking these expenses with our new yearly expenses record so that they don’t come as a surprise when they are due.
- Bill Payment Checklist – Keep track of all bills that you need to pay each month. Simply write down the name of the bill you need to pay, the payment date and then put a check mark under each month when the bill has been paid. By using this form, you will never have to worry about whether or not a certain bill was paid for – you can just take a look at this checklist! Note: If a bill comes out automatically each month, check the “auto-pay” box.
- Stock-up Price List – Includes my own personal stock-up price list, as well as a semi-blank list that you can customize and use yourself. Most of the items are filled out, so you just have to enter in your own personal stock-up prices. There are also some blank spaces at the end of each category for you to add in additional items. Simply write your items/prices/sizes in the boxes and when you are finished, you can save the document to your computer or print it.
- Stockpile Storage Chart – Are you wondering how long you can store and/or freeze the items in your stockpile? Learn how to properly store your stockpile items and how long you can stockpile them for.
- The Ultimate Guide to Shopper’s Optimum Rewards – Learn how to earn points and get free stuff quickly. This eBook will show you how to easily accumulate thousands of points without much cash out of pocket.
- Weekly Docket – Similar to the daily docket, but for your weekly tasks.
- Contacts – All of your family and friends’ information goes here.
- In Season Produce Guide – Learn when items are at their freshest (and cheapest).
- Packing & Vacation Checklist – What to pack and what to do before you leave to go on vacation.
- Food Ideas – A master list of various food ideas that your family loves. This form is a lifesaver on those “what’s for dinner – I’m starving!” days.
- Pantry Inventory – Sheet that you can download and use to keep track of your pantry items.
- Goal Planning Sheet – You are much more likely to succeed with goal setting when you write your goals down on paper and keep them in a place that you will see them often. That’s why we’ve gone ahead and created this free goal setting sheet for you to download, print and use!
- Spring Cleaning Checklist – This is for those of you that are just starting to tackle your spring cleaning.
- Chore Charts – Do you have children that do chores? If so, we have some great free chore charts that you can download and use!