Make money from your mobile phone! Unless it's for a vacation - I'm very passionate about those savings categories . I could save more per month but there are other things I want to save for too. As of October 30, I have saved $906.58, and am 91% of the way to my goal! Homeowner expenses add up so so quickly. I'm claiming Line 11. YNAB will prompt you to budget a certain amount each month to stay on track to meet your goal. KnitPurlKnit oooh, that $500 will feel really great when you get to choose where it goes! Good luck in 2020! thebookishknitter How did January go for you on this challenge? Our revised target savings goals for 2020 are as follows: As such, for 2020 our target savings goal = approximately $2,432.43 per month / $29,189.16 for the year. Emergency Fund = $2,000.00 / $2,200.00 (91% complete). Decide what you want to do with each dollar that comes into your bank accountbefore you spend it. March check-in (complete): We saved $1,820.26 as outlined below. The company claims the typical user saves an average of $600 by the second month of using the app, and $6,000 over the course of the first year. Is this an irregular expense with a specific date? $200 for extra groceries needed for the holidays. We've got the world's worst dishwasher at the moment and some workarounds for the washing machine We know we have to paint the house exterior and we have a solar contract up in 14 years (we're in Arizona and it was paid for in full by the previous homeowners) that we're considering saving to renew. flyonthewall Welcome (back)! I wish you continued success with your car savings! I'll be honest, I … It offers you a way to budget and … I was thinking 20% of gross in excess of what you contributed to your retirement plans. $150 for extra alcoholic drinks for a get-together or to take advantage of holiday specials for drinks. Still at one income only. HappyDance The need for security is high on my list as well. We're excited to celebrate when you hit the goal this year! YNAB is the best!!! Super excited to join this challenge and I look forward to following everyone's goals! Almost 40% of Americans need to borrow money to cover an … We tried other budgeting tools before YNAB, ... YNAB’s goal tool lets you save by either allocating a monthly saving rate or choosing a target balance by a particular date, for irregular bills like car registration. May check-in (complete): We saved $2,159.69 as outlined below. Escrow items (2x Car Insurances, Homeowners Insurance, Earthquake Insurance, Property Taxes): $1,250.00. Will this repeat, or is it a one-time expense? I look forward to participating with all of you. The plus plan costs $7 per month or $60 per year. Slate Blue Violin Let's celebrate that debt-free status as long as possible!!! You may have been able to meet some of your 2020 goals without putting forth as much effort as you had expected. Been ages since I have visited the forums, however I am hitting the financial goals hard this year, so it's back to the methods that I know work for me - and the savings challenges certainly do it for me. I also have a HELOC I want to pay down (this is on the Debt Smackdown Challenge), so we'll see how it goes. Krys I neglected to update the thread when updating the spreadsheet. Stop impulse buying when you're out? This is a brand new option where you can choose to set a Weekly goal; you will be prompted to budget your target amount weekly, and spend up to that amount without becoming underfunded. I claimed line 6. Then the frame cracked. Empower. Christmas: $383.74 / $921.00 (42% complete). Track your progress and improve your finances. Do you want money in this category to build up over time? bookyarncafe Happy New Year to you as well! Follow YNAB to get support and lots of great ideas on budgeting. Please use this thread every other week to discuss and receive critique on your YNAB categories! Escrow items (2x Car Insurances, Homeowners Insurance, Earthquake Insurance, Property Taxes): $6,250.00 / $15,000.00 (42% complete). 2020 Official YNAB Savings Challenge Spreadsheet. As of August 31, I have saved $686.04, and am 69% of the way to my goal! What a fantastic year! Total savings YTD: $23,968.93, which is 82.12% of our total goal. Everyone is welcome to join in on this challenge, regardless of the size of your goal or the date you get started. IT career goals 2020: Most-wanted technology and core skills. My goal this year is to save $28,000 for some True Expense categories that need topping up and additional investments beyond retirement. I'm saving for: Wishing everyone a Happy New Year and best wishes on your savings adventures. It was founded in 2004 after real-life couple Jesse and Julie Mecham realized they needed a better system to budget their money. Love that your savings is in part for life experiences. Goals 2020: Where are they now? I paid off my last debt in December so I am very excited to finally be able to budget for an emergency fund and other things. Line 35 claimed. YNAB does pretty much only one thing – help you create a budget and stick to it – and it does it really well. Not sure if I'll do up a journal yet, but I do like the idea of keeping a little record of how we are progressing, so I'll mull over that decision for a week or so. The grad school component will be saved and spent throughout the year, but I have to save it to spend it! Total savings YTD: $26,668.93 which is 91.37% of our total goal. money is a stretch target that will come later in the year. QC I'm also using this savings challenge to keep my True Expenses categories built up and add some additional to retirement planning. NEEDED FOR SPENDING: BY DATE* EXAMPLE USES: recurring bills vacations holiday spending I'm very glad to have found this challenge and I have claimed line 10. Total savings YTD: $21,295.54, which is 72.96% of our total goal. JollyBudgeteer Is this a fund to purchase a house or for house emergencies? Total savings YTD: $29,368.93 which is 100.62% of our total goal. I find it difficult to move money out of those very responsible savings categories once they're there. WOOHOO! YNAB will help you break the paycheck to paycheck cycle, get out of debt, and save more money. If you choose a date by which to have the funds available, you'll be prompted to budget a certain amount each month in order to meet your goal on time. ;). I made my goal of the insurance deductible!!! Emergency Fund = $2,100.00 / $2,200.00 (91% complete). I have the initial emergency fund, but I now want to take the next step this year by having a fund for insurance deductibles. We also need to paint the exterior in a couple years and since I just said it out loud, it's not an emergency and we'll need to save for that! Krys I love that you're tackling both savings and debt at the same time! I'd like to see my categories topped. My retirement savings comes out of my paycheck automatically so I just track the account instead of budgeting to it. As you finish up your December update, start thinking about your goals for next year and head over there to add them to the thread! So awesome. Goal tracking: Set goals and break them down into actionable monthly budget items. Too easy to move between accounts when my checking account got low near the end of each month. Goal tracking. No_Worries Welcome to the forum and the challenges! Those dollars are going to go SO far in your budget! April check-in (complete): We saved $2,206.76 as outlined below. I will not include the funds I budget to true expenses this year, only what I budget to the following: HappyDance I love that plan of stretching the goal just enough to feel it, but also be so proud of it! I'm sure that feels great. There are a few options you have on how you use YNAB. First is going to be working on my EF and vacation, but I just created a Wish Farm entry for paying off my AC loan, which I picked up when my central AC busted and had to get a new unit. This goal allows you to set an amount that you would like to budget each month. Fingers crossed that your vehicle lasts the distance in time needed to save up for the replacement. Let's set our sights high to start out this decade! This idea is a lifesaver! I took line 27 - My overall goal is to have 30,000 as an emergency fund. Moving forward we will not be able to proactively save towards our 2020 annual medical deductibles unless we can get another job, so this savings category will be frozen at this amount. On average, new users save $600 in the first two months, and more than $6,000 in the first year. Reports in the form of charts and graphs can help you gain a holistic view of your finances. My primary focus is paying off debt but I also want to save a little bit every month. Hi! Online Business Video Courses $$. Cheers! Recruiters and tech execs speak. We have a Gizmo and Gadgets category for repair/replacement of my phone/computer/the house wifi network equipment and backup hardware (spouse's work pays for his phone and computer). These allow you to set a target amount that YNAB will prompt you to budget, and you can spend up to that amount without becoming underfunded. We're also going to both max out Roth IRAs for the first time in 2020. This year I'm in replenishing the categories mode. Veronica I update the spreadsheet at the beginning of the month with my minimums then am always so happy to update throughout the month with extra funds I've found and can add to saving categories. Our Verdict. HappyDance   Congrats on doing so well! As an added bonus, you can now choose on which day of the month you would like to have this goal funded by choosing from the Every selection bar. Trying to get back into these forums to keep me on track. It turns your financial budgeting into a virtual game where you can track your progress against specific achievable outcomes. Through a global pandemic and uncertain times, we still managed to break over $1 million in savings in 2020! Really hoping to pay for a new car in cash in a few years. 2. Regina Phalange Love it! Ivory Tiger yay! My mom lives in Arizona so I try to get out there at least once a year. I have a new overseas vacation to fund as well as elective surgery to pay for. Between January and February, I have saved $309.81. Powered by Help Scout. We can afford all of these things, it's just that those are the months when I'm pulling from savings to keep money in the checking account instead of moving money the other direction. Not sure when I became a cheetah...but I'll run with it, saving up for future year big purchases (electronics, furnishings, next car, vacation). Next year I will just add to this total. Hooray! Do you want to budget by the week or by the month? I am setting my intentions early to avoid any creep that would see my raise disappear. Optimist The goal still works on a monthly basis, it just uses the weekly info in determining the amount that you need for the month. If you don't spend all of your funds in a given month, the leftover amount will contribute to next month's goal...when the new month arrives. On average, new users save $600 in the first two months, and more than $6,000 in the first year. r/ynab: A discussion subreddit for popular budgeting software You Need A Budget. Goal Setting: Yes, goals are also included in the budget. Escrow items (2x Car Insurances, Homeowners Insurance, Earthquake Insurance, Property Taxes): $7,500.00 / $15,000.00 (50% complete). Create reports: YNAB can output graphs, line charts, pie charts, spreadsheets, trend reports, and other reports to help you better visualize and understand your financial situation. KEY FEATURES: Bank Syncing Easily connect all your accounts in one place and import your transactions, so you always have up-to-date information. €100 a month is possible i reckon . My savings goal for 2020 is $300 ($25/month). Oh cool, I can do this and the debt smackdown this year, since I've decided to make my own baby steps and invest in my Roth and Efund now rather than wait until I'm debt free for that. Veronica yes!!! I do  know that I am less tempted to blow windfalls, tax refunds, and cash gifts on momentary treats or pleasures because I'll want to get that extra on my stretch savings goal as soon as it comes in. I got that pleasure in 2019 on some big want spending. 20 goals for 2020 is a goal-setting strategy exercise for you to select activities and behaviors you’d like to implement in the next year. In about 20 minutes, you can build a customized zero-based budget from scratch. Also will be getting a payrise so I'll factor that into my mortgage overpayment goal. Once we did that, I threw a little bit into savings and immediately felt the relief of no credit card debt and MONEY IN THE BANK!!! The "old"  Monthly goal is now the Monthly selection under Needed For Spending. YNAB revolves around 4 easy-to-understand rules: 1. Claimed line 37. Escrow items: (2x Car Insurances, Homeowners Insurance, Earthquake Insurance, Property Taxes): $1,250.00 per month / $15,000.00 for the year. I saved up for and pulled the trigger on new laptop, new smart TV, new iPhone in 2019. Claimed Line 36. As of today, March 31, I have saved $359.82, and am 36% of the way to my goal. Here's a quick snapshot of what the old goals look like now: Plan Your Spending goals are now called Needed For Spending. Should leftovers count towards next month’s goal? Update: have now bought the house so can refocus on my saving goals. Emergency Fund: $100.00 per month / $2,200.00 for the year. Stacy C Hubby got a Christmas bonus from work yesterday. You got this! When you start using YNAB, they pre-populate your budget with a selection of recommended categories. Every paycheck half my rent, plus some extra, goes there so I don't commingle funds. No interest, no late fees, no credit … Others are variable: vehicle registration re… The younger kids have been told they get a phone somewhere in 6th grade, so that's a known expense to plan for, and unfortunately, I fear my younger kids may be more prone to losing their phones...   $20 a month isn't a lot, but that's a new iPhone 7 in about a year. We got serious about debt last fall and wiped out our Visa and MasterCard accounts. Slice and dice your spending targets every ... 2020. There's definitely psychology or gameplay in setting my goal at just a little out of reach based on forecasting my predictable inflows for the year. June check-in (complete): We saved $4,103.43 as outlined below. Hopefully, you won't need to touch any of those emergency funds! If you've found yourself thinking, "But I really liked the 'old' goals," you're not alone, and we have good news! In the Needed For Spending goal, you'll see a Weekly option. Total savings YTD: $15,032.42, which is 51.50% of our total goal! If you search on Reddit or other popular money forums, you will see overwhelmingly positive reviews, and lots of fans that adore everything about YNAB. My student loans make me envious of this approach, but the less student loans out there the better I feel. Even being down to one income, you've been able to maintain great progress towards your goals! Hello from the UK (line 32)! This combined with my debt payoff goal is a pretty big stretch for me, but I'm going to get my Airbnb back up and running and hopefully this will make it doable. Annual Medical Deductibles for 2 people = $7,570.24 / $8,691.00 (87% complete). Personal Capital: Feature Comparison. TC Jackie I know exactly what you mean about it being more difficult to define the right amount for this challenge. New year, new goals! The former By Date goal is now the By Date selection under Needed for Spending. $100 for holiday fun activities out with friends. Build Your Savings goals are now Target Savings Balance and Monthly Savings Builder. It always feels great when your efforts allow expectations to be exceeded. Emergency Fund - $500 per month ($6,000). Monthly Rollover Fun. If you choose a bulleted list, you can use nesting as follows (where ↵ is Enter, and is a space): * Parent 1↵ * Child 1.1↵ * Child 1.2↵ * Parent 2↵ * Child 2.1↵ * Child 2.2↵ :). I have a stretch goal of $65,000 and then a "would explode my mind" goal of $75,000. August check-in (complete): We saved $1,350.00 as outlined below. Veronica Congratulations on paying off more debt than you could have imagined! Christmas: $66.78 which is lower than our regular contribution due to a change in priorities. Sometimes I just want my house to myself though, so honestly the break has been a nice thing for me for awhile, but I’m really missing the extra income to help with my goals. Added $1,000 from tax refund on top of our regular monthly contribution of $100. Learn the ins and outs of spending and savings goals in YNAB, as well as when and where to use each goal type. What an eye opener. Electronics Replacement Fund: $3,095.73 remaining. It also encourages me to underspend where and when I can on discretionary categories (groceries, for example) to deliberately squeeze out another $5, $10, $25 here and there. My only income is Social Security Disability (low, fixed income). YNAB website claims average user saves $600 in their first two months and more than $6,000 in their first year Syncs to your bank accounts and credit cards Users can set goals… Today, I want to share how I've organized it. Also have a kid phone category that gets $20 a month for eventual repair/replacement (we bought my son's new phone last spring for around $225). I'm sure this is heavily location-based, but I find that intriguing! Our target savings goals for 2020 are as follows: As such, for 2020 our target savings goal = approximately $2,190.68 per month / $26,288.20 for the year. #3 EveryDollar. bookyarncafe That's awesome! The  Monthly Contribution goal is now Monthly Savings Builder, and—you guessed it—there is no difference in how it works! Christmas, yes. Total savings YTD: $28,018.93 which is 96% of our total goal. My husband has a professional conference he goes to each November, we have to pay multiple large bills (lawn service, life insurance, car insurance). A few times I've noted $10-$20 worth of items I was going to buy but walked away and moved it right away and I find that helps too. This encompasses Current Year Deductible for Person A ($2,041.00), Current Year Deductible for Person B ($4,500.00), and Next Year Deductible for Person A (estimating $2,150.00). Total savings YTD: $12,788.16, which is 43.81% of our total goal! Krys As of September 30, I have saved $25. One of our family dreams is to spend summers in Ireland, so I'm interested to hear more about your plans for Canada! You can set six different types of goals with YNAB, two for spending, two for savings, and two for paying off your credit card debt. Ivory Tiger  Congratulations!! I've been working on a big emergency fund for a long time and should be able to finish in 2020. Annual Medical Deductibles for 2 people: approximately $508.83 per month / $6,106.00 for the year. The fallout from the COVID-19 crisis has caused millions of people to be out of work. youneedabudget.com I don’t have a lot of people to buy for and my family doesn’t typically go all out for Christmas. Juggler I'm excited to see your progress this year on those goals! It's going to be a great year. It employs high-level encryption security with 256-bit SSL — the same security layers used by large banking institutions. Hopefully, it will make it and I'll be able to buy what I'm looking for in cash. I want to be one month ahead with expenses so this $300 will go towards that goal. Bookmark the spreadsheet and come back to update your progress every month throughout 2020. They use similar algorithms to those used by hotels to get you the max income by increasing the nightly rental fees for special events or when the demand is just high in general. Also, I'd like to increase my "Condo" SF. ;). I have about $1,000 in savings right now for emergencies. You can set a target amount that you would like to have available in a category and (optionally) set a target date. Perfect YNAB alternative, right? YNAB Review 2020 – Yes, You Need A Budget! Then we need to save for eventual HVAC repair/replacement and the eventual new roof in 15 years or so. YRateMV.... Technicolor Cheetah Sounds like a great call! Will you spend all this money at one time? I also like to declare my savings for the month at the beginning of the month, when I budget, rather than gambol along to the end of the month and see what's left over. by George Windsor Updated: January 17, 2019 Budgeting Tools. Will this repeat, or is it a one-time expense? Although our initial goal is complete, we plan to continue contributing $100 per month as this is a high priority savings category for us. YNAB’s last version was YNAB 4, which was a desktop-based application. 20% of gross seemed like such a high goal but then I realized you are counting your 401k/403b savings as part of that goal. After those home maintenance jobs, we need to replace the carpeting in the house with vinyl or laminate (dang allergies). Note: Gifts are a separate category not listed under Christmas. I like that this spreadsheet is more often filled at the beginning of the month as folks "pay themselves first". We recently updated our goals, and they now have new names, along with new customization options. For instance, Insurance deductible...I'd like to have $250 in there...I have $10...In car repair I'd like to have $1500...I again have $10. House purchase/fund £2,400 (£200/month) Xmas/birthdays £350 (£30/month) Running shoes £150 (£12.50/month) Vacation/course/retreat £1200 (£100/month). I'm looking forward to spending this year with all of you! Emergency Fund = $1,700.00 / $2,200.00 (77% complete). Unlike YNAB, PocketGuard offers multi-factor authentication tools to keep your data protected. My car fund has been replaced by my next home fund instead since I don't need to really focus on saving for a car right now having just bought a new one. This encompasses Current Year Deductible for Person A ($2,041.00), Current Year Deductible for Person B ($4,500.00), and Next Year Deductible for Person A (estimating $2,150.00). top up some sinking funds (I mostly want to get my car repairs category to $1500 and cash flow a new laptop in December), save even more cash to move out of my Mom's within the next year or two. Having to pay for house maintenance fees already so I'm putting a lot into that now (plus more than usual in emergency fund!). all other categories below). CATEGORY FROZEN: Annual Medical Deductibles for 2 people = $8,206.48. Emergency Fund = $2,200.00 / $2,200.00 (100% complete). xgirlmama We are a small family with minimal gatherings... yet for all that, we had some unplanned Christmas expenses last year that we are trying to plan for this year to give us room to celebrate if we choose to do something. Claim your line on the spreadsheet below, and share a summary of your savings goals in the thread. Emergency Fund = $500.00 / $1,200.00 (42% complete). YNAB GOALS DECISION TREE Do you spend from this category every month, or are you saving for a future expense? Three years later and I'm on track to make an upgrade when I do need to replace my car. Mint. CNBC Select can help you decide if it's right for you. Customer Support is available through a very advanced and user-friendly self-help platform. I’ve decided to connect all of our spending and savings accounts that we use regularly. Among the 2020 Best Small and Medium Workplaces, ... Orr Rebuffs Robertson on Adding House Prices to RBNZ Goals. This year we're planning on replacing the windows and repaving the driveway. Learn the ins and outs of spending and savings goals in YNAB, as well as when and where to use each goal type. Do you need a specific amount by a specific date? Linking: This app does not link with your bank accounts. 2021. September check-in (complete): We saved $1,350.00 as outlined below. Hi! So about 30% of the raise went into the kids' college funds, and we increased retirement contributions by 1% of salary. I needed to use the emergency savings to cover out-of-pocket medical expenses. December check-in (complete): We saved $1,350.00 as outlined below. Angel's Mom Excellent call on the replacement vehicle fund! There is a tendency to believe I can't possibly make it without some unexpected luck, so I will really pin everything down really tightly in the earlier months of the year. In my last post, I shared how YNAB has helped me get a better handle on my finances. It's an interesting shift! Electronics Replacement Fund (Computer, iPad, Kindle, iPhones): $281.43 per month / $3,377.16 for the year. You Need a Budget: Seriously, a Review of the You Need a Budget (YNAB) Application ... Why YNAB is the best budget app for 2020. Don't worry! Customer Support is available through a very advanced and user-friendly self-help platform. I'm participating in both this one and the debt challenge this year, I find that doing a bit of both makes me feel progress faster. Make Money Fast! Annual Medical Deductibles for 2 people = $7,782.32 / $8,691.00 (90% complete).   You got this! I was thinking 20% of gross in excess of what you contributed to your retirement plans. It is sad that we can only do $15k per year but since the 2017 collapse of our finances, my wife and I have become experts at making a real budget with real sinking fund categories for things that need to be replaced in the short term and long term saving us another collapse. On average, new users save $600 in the first two months, and more than $6,000 in the first year. Rule 1: Give every dollar a job.You take the money you earn and allocate every single dollar you make to different expenses. So you've noticed that the goals in your budget are looking a little different. Madkat-Z ugghhh I've got a car loan too that I was thinking I should just leave because the interest isn't high but then I saw our debt progress last year and I think I'm going to try to get it out of my hair this year. We are considering this savings goal complete for 2020. For more information on weekly goals, check out the web and mobile articles! This year I am continuing goals like a Grad Gift, Christmas and Car Replacement fund. That's a scary number, but I think it's possible with laser focus. Anything extra this year is going to paying off the car and student loans. Ability To Transfer Money: N/A; Fees: The free plan costs $0. YNAB Review 2020 – Yes, You Need A Budget! Overview. YNAB is one of the most popular budgeting apps out there. This was the amount of my last car payment. Below are our revised savings goals for the remainder of 2020: July check-in (complete): We saved $1,350.00 as outlined below. CATEGORY FROZEN: Electronics Replacement Fund: $3,511.93. If you do it, use Beyond Pricing to set your prices algorithmically. April check-in (complete): We saved $2,244.26 as outlined below. These goals allow you to set a target amount that you would like to save and will prompt you to budget funds regularly in order to meet your goal. But is it worth its steep annual fee? At the rate I'm going ($150/month), I'll have enough to be able to buy a 2-year-old version of my car in 2022, and even though my current car turns 10 this year, I've been taking good care of it and expect to last much longer than 2022. We have fully funded the Current Year Deductible for Person A ($2,041.00) and the Current Year Deductible for Person B ($4,500.00), and we have saved $112.08 towards Next Year Deductible for Person A. As of April 30, I have $410.12 saved, and am 41% of the way to my goal! Goal Tracking is a tool within the YNAB app that helps you set budgeting goals and stick to them. I'm about 31% of the way to my stretch goal of $1,000 in 2020! I also have a referral code, but isabel got there first, and I'm just a ML lurker, so I'll leave that to her. Cell Phone/Computer -$100 per month ($1,200). Slice and dice your spending targets every which way with new YNAB goals! While the interest rate is very low (0.9%), I'd really like to get rid of that $500 monthly payment. There are a few different options you may want to check out if you’re looking for YNAB alternatives. We have been using YNAB for exactly 1 year and it's been incredible. The AC will hit expected lifespan between 2023 and 2028, the furnace between 2026-2030. This is for all my necessary expenses and cutting out cable and subscriptions for three months. Escrow items (2x Car Insurances, Homeowners Insurance, Earthquake Insurance, Property Taxes): $1,250.00. YNAB does not have a separate section to track your goals, they are built into every budget category. 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