Are you dreaming of taking your family to Disney? Does that trip seem out of your financial reach? If so, the Saving for Disney course is for you!
I will teach you how to put your family on a budget, how to save on your everyday expenses and how to use the money you save to pay for a trip to Disney. You will learn how to use coupons for items you already purchase, how to earn actual cash back on things your family needs and how to grow your savings account and your Disney fund simultaneously!
I will guide you in getting your family’s finances on track so that you can afford things you never dreamed possible and you won’t go into debt to do it!
The course has been a year in the making and it includes everything that I know about saving for Disney:
Budget Binder – The newly redesigned budget binder will help you put your family on a budget and start saving towards your goals. These 33 worksheets will help you tell your money where it needs to go. You’ll be able to track your savings, Disney fund, weekly allowances, upcoming expenses and so much more!.
Couponing Binder – The newly redesigned couponing binder not only helps you organize your coupons, but also has a place to keep track of your stockpile, the prices at your favorite stores and plan your weekly menus (which can save you as much as 40% on your grocery bill).
Five Different eBooks on Saving for Disney (185+ pages) – I have compiled everything that I know about couponing and budgeting and how to use those savings to pay for a Disney vacation. It includes tips on how to get your family’s budget on track, how to save with coupons at your local stores and how to lower your existing bills. The book will motivate and inspire you to be able to say “Yes, I couponed to Disney and I didn’t go into debt to do it!”
Check out this featured review:
I have been using your budget binder (the free version) for over a year and I thought it was the bees knees. I then purchased the paid version, which is a steal. You get 5, yes, you are reading that right, FIVE E-books, a couponing binder, and a budget binder all for just $29.95! That comes out to only $4.27 per book or binder!
The Budget Binder answers all your “what if” and “where is (fill-in-the-blank)” and the “what is this money earmarked for” questions that we all get when we do not keep formal written budgets and records. Included in the budget binder is a savings breakdown sheet. I love this because it streamlined my efforts. I used to have at least 8 spreadsheets to keep track of everything I was saving for in my savings account! One is much easier to manage, and it is so easy to follow!
There is also an “Upcoming Expense” worksheet that helps you track any upcoming expense you may have. For example, those bills, like property taxes, that only come quarterly or yearly. No more being surprised and panicked when these expenses arrive!
There is even a section for Christmas that covers everything from food to gifts and helps you break down how much you need to save from every check to be 100% fully funded at Christmas time!
When I first heard of the budget binder I thought “Well this sounds nice but its so much ink and paper to waste.” I was really hesitant to purchase the system just because of the ink cost to print out the binders. After a few days of thinking about it I went ahead and purchased the system. While filling out the budget binder I had to reprint a few sheets more than once because of my errors in filling out the worksheets. I am a bit of a neat freak. While I was reprinting the worksheets it dawned on me I would not be able to reprint these if this had been an actual hard-copy book! That is the beauty in the worksheets! You can reprint as many times as you want to make your budget binder the perfect for you! I have definitely saved far more than I invested into this system and I am so glad I opted to give it a try. – Brandy V.
Come back on Tuesday, March 29th, for your opportunity to purchase the Saving for Disney course!