Starting a sinking fund has changed the way I handle money.
No more living paycheck to paycheck.
I set money aside for expenses that I know are coming up (trash bill, vet bills, car maintenance) and I don’t have to worry about dipping into my savings account every time I need an oil change.
Or every time my dog eats something he shouldn’t (which happens more often than it should!).
If you haven’t read my budget post for April yet, pop on over there to check it out!
Let’s get started!
If you would like to see me lay out this post on paper, you can see my April Sinking Funds Set Up YouTube video HERE!
MY APRIL 2019 SINKING FUND ACCOUNT
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*My husband is in the Navy and we have to replace 1+ of his uniforms or PT uniforms each year. It’s nice to have the money saved in advance!
I started with low balances in most of my categories this month because sinking funds are fairly new to me. So if you’re wondering why the balances are so low, that’s why!
If you would like to see me lay out this post on paper, you can see my March Sinking Funds Set Up YouTube video HERE!
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