Monthly Budget Calculator
Monthly Budget Calculator
- Financial planning that you can do with the click of a button-
Divide & Thrive's program empowers you with a simple program that guides you through how to tackle financial planning during and after your divorce.
Just because you don't have the budget to hire a financial planner to assess your finances doesn't mean you have to be in the dark about them. We believe everyone should have access to the tools that make financial planning during divorce easy.
The Monthly Budget Calculator is PERFECT for you if:
- You want to quickly figure out your monthly cash flow
- You want to start saving money for your divorce but you don't want to be miserable cutting everything out
- You want to know your financial standings before and during your divorce
- You want to budget for your future
The Monthly Budget Calculator includes:
- A detailed expense calculator where you can plug in numbers to see where your money goes
- Additional line items to customize for your unique situation
- Detailed expense sheet that covers Home, Auto, Personal, Dependents, Insurance and Health Care.
- Auto Adds Every Expense into Subtotal/Total to see where you are spending your money
- Page to log all current income including spouse's income to set a budget
- Summary page calculates expenses and income to give you your monthly cash flow
- Clean, clear design that is easy to navigate.
Knowing how to crunch the numbers, assess your reality, set financial goals, and plan for your new future are your super power's during a divorce!
*This is a downloadable spreadsheet that can be used in Excel or Google Sheets. Once you check out, you will receive an email with download links.
NO PHYSICAL ITEM WILL BE SHIPPED.
A digital download file is immediately sent to you when you purchase.
Delivery & Returns
Delivery & Returns
This is a digital file. Once you check out, you will receive an email with download links. NO PHYSICAL ITEM WILL BE SHIPPED.
There are no returns on a digital download.
How To Use Your Digital Products
Download PDF To Print For Binder
After you purchase you will receive an email with a link to download a PDF of the product. Open this file on your computer in a PDF platform such as Adobe. Print in color or black and white to your personal printer or upload to a local printer.
Download PDF For Your Computer
After you purchase you will receive an email with a link to download a PDF of the planner. Open this file on your computer to edit in Adobe, iBIooks or our preferred program GoodNotes. Edit within the program. If you download GoodNotes to your computer, iPad and Phone you can view updated documents from all three devices.
Download PDF For Your iPad
This is our preferred way to use the planner.
After you purchase you will receive an email with a link to download a PDF of the planner. Open this file on your iPad to edit in iBooks or our preferred program GoodNotes. Edit within the program. If you download GoodNotes to your computer, iPad, and Phone you can view updated documents from all three devices.
On your iPad you can also write on the planner with the apple pencil. Duplicate or delete pages, add in docs as needed and email or text pages to your attorney or mediator.
How To Use With Your iPhone
Using the GoodNotes App, you can view, edit and share your planner across many devices. We recommend editing your planner on an iPad or Computer for best results.
How To Use On Multiple Devices
If you open and edit your planner in GoodNotes, you can access the file from all your devices as long as you downloaded the app. Once you finish editing, you can also print it out to share with your attorney.
How To Download Worksheet File
After you purchase you will receive an email with a link to download an excel file. Open this file on your computer to edit in Excel or Google Sheets. Make a copy of the file to start.
What We Believe
Being prepared for divorce will guarantee you get the results you want.
Not having a clear understanding of your current financial position or plan for your budget post-divorce is a recipe for disaster. Setting goals keeps you focused on what is important to you most.
Separating the emotional side of divorce from the business side is key to success.
You can feel pulled in a million directions during divorce, so it's important to stay focused on what is actually within your control. Giving away to emotional triggers can cost you time and money.
Divorce is not the end of your life, but a chance for a new beginning.
Divorce can be an opportunity to begin your best chapter and start fresh. We've been there and we understand what you are going through. We want you to know, we've helped thousands of people navigate divorce and come out OK on the other side.