Savings Thermometer (Printable)

Regular price $1.99

This printable savings thermometer printable is perfect for any of your money-saving goals.  You can use it as an emergency fund tracker for Dave Ramsey's baby step 1, for a savings challenge, sinking funds, vacation fund, birthday gift, or Christmas gift savings goals.

This goal coloring sheet has the words "Turning up the Heat on Saving" in the upper left-hand corner.  

A savings tracker is simple to use.  Simply write your goal amount at the top.  Then divide the total amount by 10 to get what 10% of your financial goal is.  Fill in the dollar amounts along the line with the corresponding percentage.  

Since this thermometer template is blank, you can reprint it and reuse it again and again for different savings goals.  

If you're looking to pay off debt, check out this debt thermometer printable instead.

Format:

PDF Document, US Letter size 8.5x11in

What You'll Receive:

  • Savings Thermometer printable in color (navy blue and light green)
  • Savings Thermometer printable in black and white

*This is a printable file and no physical products will be mailed to you.  For your personal use only.

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