Free Printable Bill Tracker To Teach You How to Track Individual Bills

Are you looking for a printable bill tracker that will track the bills you are paying down on? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a place to keep track of each bill instead of 1 paper for all your bills? This individual printable bill tracker is perfect for this. It allows you to see when you paid the bill, the amount you paid, and what your balance is.

Are you looking for a free printable bill tracker? This individual bill tracker will help you track your bills as you pay them off. Includes a tutorial on how to track individual bills.

Free Printable Bill Tracker

When we started paying off our debt, we noticed that we liked to track our individual bills.  When we went into student loan debt, we did not know how the payback was set up.  When we started paying it off, I realized that we were paying debts of individually.

Since we went from not having many bills to have a TON of bills, I was looking for a way to simplify things. We are currently using this printable bill tracker as a way to make sure our bills are getting paid and as a way to keep track of things. Paying down debt is not easy at all. However, I’d like to make it easy because no one has time for nonsense.

Individual Bill

I’d like to share this printable with you. You can download it by following this link… Individual_Bill_Worksheet.

How to Track Individual Bills

Tracking individual bills is easy, and it helps you to stay focused on the task at hand.  The easiest way to start this is to decide if you will be paying bills largest to smallest or to pay them off by the interest rate.  Each works, so it is up to you if you feel better tackling the debt by interest rate or by amount owed.

Write down the total

Start off your printable bill tracker by writing down the total.  It also helps to make a loose plan of how you will pay off that bill.  Then write when your first payment will be.

Track every payment

After you have written down your total owed, you can track all the payments.  Each time you pay off some of that bill, write down what you spent and how much is left.  If you are tracking a bill that you are paying in full, each month write 0 in that column.

Celebrate your success

If you are trying to pay off debt, be sure you are celebrating the small steps and the big ones.  That will help you stay motivated.  It is a huge deal to even pay a small amount off because you are making progress and that is the key to success!

Be sure to check out the other family budget printables!

You can also get more tips on a perfect family budget here!

Leave a Comment

No Comments yet, your thoughts are welcome

Home|About|Contact|PR/Advertising|Privacy/Disclosure Policy