Step 1 of Dave Ramsey’s baby steps is to save $1,000 for your starter emergency fund. If you’re at the beginning your journey to financial freedom, this FREE $1,000 Emergency Fund Tracker printable is exactly what you need to get started!
If you’re like me, then you love crossing things off a list! It’s incredibly satisfying—and motivating! Crossing off completed tasks on my to-do list greatly increases my productivity.
That was my inspiration for designing this savings tracker.
Simply cross off one square each time you save $25 toward your starter emergency fund! (You could also color them in.) Once you cross off all 40 squares, you’ll have completed Baby Step 1.
Hopefully, crossing off the blocks on this emergency fund tracker will keep you motivated, helping you move toward Baby Step 2 at lightning speed!
Download Your FREE Printable Emergency Fund Tracker!
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Savings goal trackers are a simple, yet incredibly motivating way to tangibly see your progress!
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Completing Baby Step 1
Saving $1,000 for your starter emergency fund is an important step. If any unexpected expenses arise, you’ll have the cushion you need to maintain stability.
Once you cross off all of the squares on the emergency fund tracker, you’ll have completed Baby Step 1!
Watching your progress on paper will inspire you, and you’ll be on to Baby Step 2 in no time!
How are you saving toward your $1000 starter emergency fund?