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Debt Snowball Calculator

Debt Snowball Calculator

Regular price $4.91 USD
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Get in control of your debts and make a quick and easy repayment program for yourself using the Debt Snowball Method.
Simply enter in your Debt Details (how much you owe, minimum payments and interest) and have a path laid out for you.
FEATURES:
  • 2 Easy to use tabs that keep your debts organized
  • A BONUS! Step by Step Instruction Guide with photos to walk you through the spreadsheet
  • Stay motivated to pay down your debts when you can see how fast it can be done
  • No complicated math formulas to figure out
  • Includes 15 debts and a 10 year repayment window
  • All you need is a FREE Google Account to use the spreadsheets
  • You can access this spreadsheet from any device, anywhere anytime!
HOW IT WORKS:
  • Once you purchase the listing, you will download a PDF file. Included in the PDF is a link to access the Google Spreadsheet
  • This spreadsheet is used with a FREE google account
  • If you need any assistance, please contact us :)
TERMS:
  • There are no refunds as this is a digital product. Please send an Etsy message if you need assistance or run into any issues.
  • This google sheet is for personal use only. Reselling or sharing is not permitted

Returns

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.