Hey guys, Tyler here with a new tool that I’ve put together for you all. This is the printable and editable Monthly Bill Payment Organizer, which you can use to keep track of all of your monthly expenses in a way that’s both easy and tactile. The reason I wanted to program this was because I realized that when I have something physical to reference when planning things, it makes that particular thing much easier to remember.
As much as I (obviously) like technology, I love working with actual paper when dealing with anything that has to do with money. Yes, I still make all of my payments online, but I actually keep some (probably over-done) finance journals to keep things as real as possible for myself.Click to use your FREE BILL PAYMENT ORGANIZER!
Direct link to your Monthly Bill Payment Organizer
What does that have to do with your new tool?
Well, that’s the beauty of the simplicity of what I’ve created. You can simply type in any of the pertinent information for whichever accounts you want to keep track of and print the sheet out to have, quite literally, a finance tracker in the palm of your hands.
How do I use the Monthly Bill Payment Organizer?
If you have already looked at and clicked around through the printable sheet, you probably have a good idea of how to use it. However, I absolutely do not mind explaining my newest creation in some further detail and how I use sheets like this. There’s nothing tricky going on here, and absolutely no math has to happen for you to track your finances this way yourself. So, let’s talk about the fields:
Biller Name: Type in the names of the businesses you have to make monthly payments to. This can be anything from a store credit card to your car payment to utilities payments.
Amount: Type in your estimated monthly payment. If the amount can fluctuate, I recommend typing in the largest single-month amount you’ve had to pay thus far so you keep that amount set aside in those situations.
Due Date: Input the day of the month the payment is due by each month.
Months: Check each box when that month’s payment for that account has been made.
And that’s it, friends. I hope you find this printable spreadsheet as useful as I have, making it a weekly habit will help you keep up to date on your bills and assist in making sure your upcoming bills are fresh in your mind.