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Free Vacation Budget Planner Printable

Having a vacation budget planner is something I recommend for most traveling families. Money is a hot topic for the majority of couples. You certainly don’t want to start fighting about finances while you’re on your trip. If both individuals know what to expect by way of spending, there is less stress about costs while your vacationing. From our own experience, I’ve found letting William know ahead of time what to expect for expenses makes him less grumpy when I keep pulling out the credit card on our trip!

UPDATED: Be sure to check out my new travel budget vacation cost worksheet

Free Vacation Budget Planner Printable for budgeting family vacations StuffedSuitcase.comA vacation budget planner also helps you save money for your trip. If you know how much a vacation will cost your family, you can adjust your spending and/or savings to allow for a trip that doesn’t put you into debt. As much as I love to travel, I don’t want to come home from a vacation with bills that can’t be paid! Paying interest on your vacation should be avoided if possible. It just seems to negate all that relaxing you did on your trip!

Another positive for having a vacation budget planner is that you’ll have more freedom to make “splurging” choices while on your trip. Say during your trip you realize you’re spending less than expected, suddenly that spa service or extra souvenir doesn’t looks so bad!

I’ve created a free vacation budget planner printable for you to use when planning your next trip. I’m currently trying to grow my once a week newsletter subscribers and Facebook fans, so I’m offering this printable to my subscribers and/or Facebook fans. I truly hope this vacation budget planner printable will help you plan and prepare for your own relaxing and enjoyable family vacation! To gain access to the vacation budget planner printable please subscribe below and/or like my Facebook page.

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UPDATED: Be sure to check out my new travel budget vacation cost worksheet

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Comments

  1. Hope I can make this work! Limited income, family of 6. LOVE your additional savings ideas..

    Don’t know if this would be useful to add. A family member does this and it adds up!
    When entering a transaction in their register, they write the actual amount in the first space, then round it up to the next dollar or even $2. End of each month, take surplus funds and put them in savings!

    • That’s a great idea, Shantelle! There used to be bank accounts that would allow you to do that – they’d round your purchase debits up to the nearest dollar amount and then put the change in a savings account. Every little bit adds up. Let me know if you have any questions or need help with your planning!

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