Have you ever completely forgotten to pay a bill? Then you get that horrible late fee, or maybe even have to pay more in interest. If you’ve ever wondered how to keep track of your bills every month, here’s the solution!
I created the Monthly Bill Tracker, which is a free printable monthly bill payment log to keep track of what’s due.
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We’re all busy, and it’s all too easy to forget to pay something. Just download the monthly bill chart pdf, and enjoy staying on schedule from now on!
You can print off the Monthly Bill Tracker every month, or print it once and laminate it to use over and over.
Then you can use fun dry erase markers to color code bills by category, or however you’d like to organize them.
Here’s how the Monthly Bill Tracker works:
As you receive your bills, enter the due date and amount owed.
If you have some of your bills pulled out of your bank account automatically, check it off in the Auto Pay column. That way you’ll remember when it will be deducted.
Be sure to write in everything you have to pay, even if you don’t get a bill for it every month – like your rent.
If you’re sending a payment in through the mail, write the due date as a week before it’s actually due. That way it will have time to arrive, and you won’t get hit with a late fee.
A quick tip: If a lot of your bills are due around the same time (and it’s a burden), you can actually call the companies and ask if they are willing to change your due date. That can help even out your monthly cash flow.
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I really hope these printable monthly bill organizer sheets are super helpful to you and your budget!
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How do you keep track of your bills every month?