Listed below are three links to files. 
The first link is Introducing A Special Tool.pdf, which explains the benefits of using the Family Cash Flow Record. Clicking on this link will open the file for your perusal.
The next two links are two different versions of the Family Cash Flow Record.  Each has more specific instructions for their use included within their files.
One is a link to a printable version in Adobe’s PDF format, ending with the file type .PDF, and the other links to a computer entry version in Microsoft Excel, saved as an .XLS file. 
To get the PRINTABLE version, click on the Printable Family Cash Flow Record.pdf  link below.  This will open the file.  You can then save the file to your computer.  You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader program on your computer to open this file.   If you do not already have it on your computer, Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded for free from Using Adobe Acrobat Reader,  open the file on your computer and print out the worksheet booklet.
To get the COMPUTER ENTRY version, click on the  Computer Entry Family Cash Flow Record.xls link.  You must have the Microsoft Excel application program on your computer to be able to open this file on your machine. Excel is a part of the Microsoft Office Suite and is installed on most home computers. When you click on the link, a dialogue box will appear giving you a choice to either Open or to Save the file. Choose Save. This will download  the file to your computer. This is an Excel spreadsheet designed for direct entry of your financial data on your home computer.  You will be able to open this file on your computer and enter your income and expenditure data whenever you need to add information.   The first worksheet has some basic instructions for using the Family Cash Flow Record worksheet and the Credit Card Expense Allocation worksheet. Be sure to save your entries after each use.