Can a monthly bill organizer save you from late fees? Can it get your finances *finally* organized? Try this free printable monthly bill organizer and find out.
Sometimes a simple piece of paper can change everything. You use a scrap piece of paper to get that cutie’s phone number. (Do people still do that? I haven’t dated since high school.) Or scribble lines that will lead into a masterpiece of music or literature onto a napkin.
Or, if you want to change your financial life, you might use that paper to work on your money. Something as simple as a monthly bill organizer can be just what you need to pull your financial life into shape.
It sounds silly, but this one piece of paper can make all the difference in your life.
The Monthly Bill Organizer That Will Get It All Together
End Late Fees
The first thing you’ll notice about this monthly bill organizer is that you can see at a glance exactly when your bills are due. That’s helpful, because we all know that it’s just too easy to let random bills slip through the cracks!
Write your bills out in the order they are due each month. Getting everything in one place can be very eye opening.
Do your bills tend to all be due at once? Or maybe they are spread everywhere, and that makes them harder to track.
Moving your due dates can help clear up those problems. Most companies will work with you to change due dates to something that meets your life in a better way.
(No, they won’t let you change your due date to the one-teenth of March-tember. You have to be realistic and work with them!)
Decide what works best with your paychecks. Some people like to have all of their bills due on the same day. The strive for that consistency.
I prefer to have bills with due dates at two different times of the month. We are paid biweekly, (grab your copy of the bi-weekly budget template) which doesn’t exactly work out to twice per month. But it works well enough that I can arrange each paycheck to fit one stack of bills.
Now that you have everything in one place, and the dates look right to you, look over the numbers.
Are your bills too high? Do some numbers pop out at you as a little extreme?
You can also consider selling things or cancelling subscriptions to things you no longer use.
Monthly Bill Organizer Printable
Ok, enough chat about how the printable works. Let’s get started! Print it out, and make sure you don’t miss any of your important bills.
To print the monthly bill organizer, simply click the photo below. This will open the PDF and you can print it right away.
I also created three more printable bill organizers. You can get a master bill organizer, an organizer for irregular bills, and (the one close to my heart!) an organizer to help you get your debt in order so you can CRUSH it.
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How do you keep your bills organized?