A full customizable rainy day fund savings tracker. Figure out your savings goal, then divide that number by the number of raindrops (50) to get each raindrop's value. As you save, color in the raindrops until your saving's goal is reached.
You can use this rainy day fund printable again and again. Great for if you're doing a starter emergency fund, and then again later when you're increasing it to a 3-month or 6-month emergency fund.
PDF Document, US Letter size 8.5x11in
What You'll Recieve:
One PDF copy of the unfilled rainy day fund savings tracker.
*This is a printable file and no physical products will be mailed to you. For your personal use only.
Easy File Downloading
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