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Bottom Line has offered in its Family Home Budget, the ability to manage your Christmas budget. There are three tabs at the bottom of the spread sheet labeled:

  1. Christmas expense sheet
  2. Christmas lay-a-way sheet
  3. Christmas list sheet

Each of these three sections were specifically designed to aid in making Christmas a time of Celebration, and not a time of financial stress.
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Attention:
All expenses that go against your Christmas expense MUST be recorded on your Christmas expense page. DO NOT record them as an expense for the month of December!

Example: If you have on your budget $500.00 for Christmas and buy a toy for $20.00. On your Christmas list page, you would record the $20.00 you spent and the person to whom you bought the present. Then, on your Christmas expense page you would list where you bought the present and the $20.00 that you spent.

Christmas spending and the Month of December


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Financial Planning and your Christmas Budget

"If you owe the bank $100 that's your problem. If you owe the bank $100 million, that's the bank's problem."
- JP Getty
Treat yourself to something special this Christmas

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