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Seemingly small but great tool to stay abreast of your finances. Both 'sheets' 1 and 2 have well-thought columns.

 

I typically pull up 'mint' to capture all my individual balances and total balance on a given day - that helps populate both sheets 1 and 2.

Otherwise going to every creditor / lender / bank could take 30 mins daily.

 

This spreadsheet together with 'mint', made things very convenient.

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I just founded the spreadsheet.

As I am feeling it out, it's very simple and helpful

Thank you.

 

 

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I've been using this almost everyday to keep track since I got here in 2007. Thanks again nyrfan!!! :good:

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Thank you nyrfann! Just downloaded and read this entire thread, this seems much better than my own ss.

 

Seemingly small but great tool to stay abreast of your finances. Both 'sheets' 1 and 2 have well-thought columns.

 

I typically pull up 'mint' to capture all my individual balances and total balance on a given day - that helps populate both sheets 1 and 2.

Otherwise going to every creditor / lender / bank could take 30 mins daily.

 

This spreadsheet together with 'mint', made things very convenient.

This sounds fantastic. For a tech savvy excel ignorantish individual like myself, can you please post how I'd pull up mint with this ss?

 

Thanks!

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Thank you nyrfann! Just downloaded and read this entire thread, this seems much better than my own ss.

 

 

Seemingly small but great tool to stay abreast of your finances. Both 'sheets' 1 and 2 have well-thought columns.

 

I typically pull up 'mint' to capture all my individual balances and total balance on a given day - that helps populate both sheets 1 and 2.

Otherwise going to every creditor / lender / bank could take 30 mins daily.

 

This spreadsheet together with 'mint', made things very convenient.

This sounds fantastic. For a tech savvy excel ignorantish individual like myself, can you please post how I'd pull up mint with this ss?

 

Thanks!

To even think it would auto pull from mint is already a height of tech savvy if you are me. Haha.

 

No I didn't imply auto minting.

 

I merely copy pasted from mint the first time. From then on I would just update it everytime when balances report, ie end of statements.

 

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What a bummer... I completely misunderstood, lol. Just wondering, actually nah, it can't be possible... Not in my ignorance, but it still helps a lot, thanks!

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What a bummer... I completely misunderstood, lol. Just wondering, actually nah, it can't be possible... Not in my ignorance, but it still helps a lot, thanks!

'Not possible'...

Hmm...

I won't say so. It's actually possible. We just have to pull information from mint and compile it on the spreadsheet. Someone with the right knowledge of web applications should be able to find a way to do this.

 

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I use Personal Capital over Mint, but both are great. I can pull up PC on my PC (hah) and copy over there. I even used Dave Ramsey's sheet (Debt Snowballs) to apply paydowns, I just organized them my way where higher interest was paid first.

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On 9/29/2017 at 5:07 AM, morpheus0327 said:

You may go to the very first page and read the first message.

Alternatively, click here

 

When i click on the link on page 1 of this post it says the attachment is no longer available...am i doing something wrong? Anyone have the spreadsheet they can link me to? 

 

Thx so much!

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Perhaps due to website update, links to some attachments were lost. Please find the attachment here. Make sure to download it on your computer to ensure full functionality.

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I tried to open it in works....says it's password protected and to open it in the program that saved it....

It’s saying the same for me can’t open it


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4 hours ago, vmwheeler20 said:


It’s saying the same for me can’t open it


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I don't have works, but I just checked, the file opens in MS Excel (windows) and LibreOffice (linux) successfully.

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