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New Free Personal Finance Templates In Google Documents

I am a big fan of Google Documents – I use it for rough drafts of blog posts, working on budgets, excel spreadsheets to track blog income; basically anything that I used to use Word for, I now use Google Documents. I can access my documents from any computer, I don’t have to worry about crashes here at home, and I can share my documents with anyone so we can both work on them at the same time. It really is a terrific way of working with Word and Excel docs. And while I was comfortable setting up my own templates in Google Docs, now they went ahead and came out with what looks like hundreds of free templates, from Business Plans to Budget Tracking to Resumes to Thesis Outlines – talk about good stuff! And on top of just offering them, they are way better than the ones the Microsoft offers with their software – much more user friendly and intuitive. Here are some of my favorites upon first glance:


Savings Calculator


Personal Monthly Budget


Service Invoice


Home Expense Calculator


If you are a Google Docs user and have not noticed the templates page, when you are logged in look up in the upper right corner – there they are. I am sure there is something there you can use, as I found a bunch I have saved to my account for future use!

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  1. I just started using google docs and love it. It is a quick and easy way to share information with others.

    I will have to look at the templates.

  2. Jeremy says:

    I would use google docs more, but for some reason, it is blocked at work :(

  3. Eden says:

    Those templates looks great! I did not know they existed. Thanks!

  4. wow… neat. I’ll have to check that out. The home owner expense one looks interesting.

  5. Ben says:

    I agree Google Docs is pretty slick, I find myself using it more and more. I didn’t realize there were templates you could download, thanks for pointing that out!

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