Yearly Budget Template for Google Sheets
Automatically track spending trends and averages by category week to week, up to 52 weeks at a time at a glance.
Yearly Budget for Google Spreadsheet Template
Use the Yearly Budget view to see your entire year’s budget. Get a cash flow analysis for the entire month and the year based on the budget you’ve set on the Categories sheet and your actual spending.
You can view a different 12 month period of budgets and data using the controls in the upper right. Keep in mind this is a visualization of your data based on the start month and number of budget months that are configured on the Categories sheet
Quickly see how much you’ve spent in a specific category over a customizable number of weeks with the Weekly Analysis sheet. You’ll see the average across the number of weeks to the left and then the actual spending for that category charted out to the right.
Red indicates you went over the average that week. Green indicates your spending was below the average.
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This template is compatible with AutoCat for Google Sheets, which can automatically categorize transactions for you. Learn about AutoCat →