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Hi Bhaskar, it is really very nice. very much useful. though u have uploaded two years ago, I have seen this very recently. thanks for uploading. rgds Anand
Dear Go to summary Sheet. You can change the year in the specified column and in Calender Sheet also you can change the year. With warm regards S. Bhaskar 9099024667
Dear M Nizhar
Always have it in your mind. Once we are keeping good health we must save more, which can be used during our old age and for our children future.
Make it a habit your first expense must be savings
Keep some money in reserve during the month and next month on receipt of salary credit, go for investing the reserve amount in suitable source.
With warm regards
S. Bhaskar
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I have test checked you Budget Planner's Calendar. It is not responding to the year change. Please see to it what could be the problem. About rest I am on job and point you out if i found some thing irritating.
However it is a good compilation.

Dear Mr. Surendra
I have tried it by changing the Year in Calender Page and in Summary Page and Saved the file, and it got saved and the year got changed in file.
With warm regards
S. Bhaskar
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Why we need to change it at two places?
Tough the Year changes in cell P12 of Calender sheet and in the Cell R13 of the summary Sheets, yet the calender remains the same. Why so?
Why the "Feb 05" remains "Sat" whatever may be the year, if we do not save the sheet?
Why it counts 55 weeks in a year while there are 52 weeks and 1 or 2 days depending upon the normal year or leap year? I can understand that for first week of January and last week of December it has to addup. That make it 54 weeks. How come the 55th?
Moreover we may need only change the year at one place and it should automatically carry out the changes every where the same is required.
It is embarrassing to save every now and then. The transition should be immediate.

Dear Bhaskar,
Thank you very much for sharing with us,template for Family Budget Planner,this will help most us to learn more or to have culture of savings from our income,
It is good one,
With best regards,
Elisante

Dear Mr. Bhaskar, Good day.
First of all I may point out that you do not deserve all the praise and appreciation for the "Budget Planner" and the "Family Budget Planner" as these have been prepared/compiled by Milind S. Kulkarni (he can be reached at: ). He has declared himself at Range J3:N6 in the "Overview" worksheet. This is also obvious that you could not reply to my query (see my post #20). Secondly. The Currency sign used there in are of "$" and not general currency.
The only credit you can take is to post them here. I hope you have his permission to do so.
All the best.

Dear Mr. Surendra
Please see thread No. 25 and 40 in which I have mentioned that it was received from my friend and I have done the pasting work.
Thanks for creating the awareness of taking permission from the originator.
Here it was received from one of my friends and I found that the thread will be useful for our community, hence I have shared this file.
With warm regards
S. Bhaskar
9099024667

Thanks a ton Mr Bhaskar. Great Job and thanks for sharing all these files with us. It’s really a great contribution. We appreciate that. Regards Linda

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