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$5000 Saving Challenge Printable

$5000 Saving Challenge Printable

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Are you looking for a fun and easy way to save money? If so, then the $5000 saving challenge PDF is perfect for you! This printable includes everything you need to track your progress and reach your savings goals. Plus, it's an instant download so you can start saving right away!

The $5000 saving challenge is a great way to learn about budgeting and sinking funds, increase your cash flow and improve your financial situation.

The savings tracker will track your progress and help you stay on track with your savings goals. The instant download makes this a great choice for busy people who want to save money but don't have time to spend on planning.

So what are you waiting for? Start saving today with the 5000 saving challenge!

The PDF comes in letter and A4 size in black and white, ready for your printer.


  • Once you purchase the listing, you will download a zip file.
  • Unzip or extract the file from your downloads and you will have 2 PDFs (one letter, one A4).
  • Print as many as needed.


  • There are no refunds as this is a digital product. Please send a message if you need assistance or run into any issues


I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellationsBut please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

Software Requirement

Our Google Sheets spreadsheets use Google Sheets which is access through a FREE Google Account and our Excel spreadsheets (coming soon) are used with Microsoft Excel.

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  • How do I get my spreadsheet?

    Once you've completed your purchase you can access a link to your PDF via your email OR your "Etsy Purchases & Reviews" tab.

    The PDF you receive includes thorough instructions and a link to download your file.

  • What spreadsheet is best for me?

    It depends on how you want to budget and your lifestyle!

    If you prefer to budget each paycheck out, try a budget by paycheck or a bi-weekly paycheck budget. If you prefer adding all your income together and budgeting it out, go with Monthly.