Debt Free Charts: July 2010
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Post your chart on your refrigerator, or somewhere that you will see it often. The more I look at my chart, the more intense I get about paying it off, and the more progress I make.

Each chart is in PDF format, and prints vertically.

Feel Free to copy the charts and share them with others.

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Wedding Debt/Savings Chart

If a wedding is in your near future, this chart will help you with your savings goal. Much better to plan ahead and save for your wedding, or that of your child, than to rack up debt and feel a little black cloud following you around the during the festivities.

If you already have a debt to repay for wedding expenses, you can use this chart as well in tracking your payoff.

Home Savings Chart

This chart has many uses - Home Down Payment, Home Improvement, Home Mortgage Payoff, etc.

Ahhhh, saving for a down payment. Try to set your goal for at least a 20% down payment, based on the current listings of the type of home you are interested in. If you live in an area where you can purchase a house for under three times your annual income, consider saving 50% - 100% down.

Download the Home Down Payment Savings chart here.

Car Loan Payoff Chart

Here is a chart for you car loan payoff. Pretty self explanatory, don't 'cha think?

Fully Financed Emergency Fund Savings Chart

If you've graduated out of the Debt Payoff portion of your journey to financial freedom, you will likely need this chart next. Use it the same way as the payoff charts, but this time, the money you are paying is going into your own savings account! This chart will really help you not to lose focus as many do during this period. Stay on course and get the Fully Funded Emergecy Fund of 3-6 months of expenses in the bank before you relax too much.

Mom and Dad Payoff Chart

I agree wholeheartedly with Dave Ramsey on this one, pay off your familiy first, above all other loans. Nothing will strain your family relationships more than being slave to them. If you have a loan from your parents, use this chart to help you see your payoff progress.

Download your Mom and Dad Payoff Chart here.

Sallie Mae Payoff Chart

Sallie Mae - Ugh. I hope this chart is helpful for you in getting rid of your student loans.

Home Equity Payoff Chart

Not that it needs an explanation, but hey, I tend to over-explain things anyway, so... this chart will help you track your Home Equity loan, with a nice graphic image to look at along the way.

Credit Cards Chart

Here is a chart to help you track all credit cards in one lump sum. This is good to use along side a specific credit card chart when you have multiple cards to pay off.

Download the Credit Cards chart here.

Debt Free Chart

This is the original Debt Free chart. I use this one along with whatever debt is currently on the chopping block, and post them side by side on my fridge. It can be overwhelming to see such little progress if you are starting with a whopper of a debt mountain, so using another chart for whatever individual debt is currently being worked on is a great help.

It takes a fair amount of bravery to fill in the numbers on this chart and post it in plain view. If this one becomes discouraging instead of encouraging to you, put it away for a while, and come back to fill in your progress after 6 months or so.

Download the Debt Free Chart here.