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Beginner Budgeter Bundle

Beginner Budgeter Bundle

Regular price $51.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $51.00 CAD
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Take control of your finances, learn better money management skills and save more money with our budget binders. These A6 beginner budgeter bundles make saving for emergency funds, sinking funds and any long term savings easier.

WHAT YOU GET (Depending on what you choose):
- an A6 PU leather binder with 6 rings made of stainless steel
- magnetic buckle closure
- has two pen loops
- four card pockets
- one larger pocket on both sides
- savings challenge essentials bundle ($1, $5, $10, $2310 & $1000 emergency fund challenge)
- five A6 zipper envelopes
- five A6 hole punched tracker (doubles as the envelope)

You have the option to customize the cover of the binder or you can it blank.

Binder: approx. 7.48 x 5.2 inches
Inside: approx. 7 inches length x 3.0 inches wide
Tracker: approx. 2.75” (width) x 5.5” (length)
Hole Punched Tracker (doubles as the envelope): 4" (width) x 6.5" (length)

*Money does not come with binders*

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Beginner Budgeter Bundle

I was so excited when I won the Beginner Budgeter Bundle! I needed help to get started on having an Emergency Fund. This binder has helped me tremendously to get organized. I am well on my way to finally having some money saved. Thank you Honed Budgets you have been a life saver! I highly recommend her products.

Helps a lot!

With life’s surprises, finances are the first thing that can be affected. This helps a lot with learning how to budget (or rebudget in my case) and it’s been life changing. You don’t see it in your bank account, but having that extra cash to put away for a rainy day has been life changing. Seriously, you will never regret your purchases for anything budget wise. Don’t forget to add extra savings challenges as holidays/birthdays can get pricey!


Life is like a box of chocolates. I have had multiple financial surprises this year (not the good kinds either) and have depleted any savings that I had. I’m wanting to build my savings account back up without actually having it in my accounts. This is a brilliant way of saving. You can add to the binder and set it aside, and forget about it until the next cash stuffing.