Keeping track of bills so you can remember what’s due when can be a chore. This printable yearly bill planner helps you track the amount and due date for all of them in one place.
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Printable yearly bill planner
In case you’ve ever wondered how much I use the printables I create, this one came about because I really needed it.
I’ve always thought that keeping a calendar of monthly bills is unnecessary. My bills are more or less the same every month. And I always write them in on my regular planner calendar pages.
Except that in September I forgot one. As our budget has changed, we’ve increased the number of bills we pay. In the past year, my husband and I have both had to trade in our very old, worn-out cars for newer (used) ones.
This is also a busy time of year, so my calendar has plenty of things written on it besides bills.
So as I was wrapping up my September budget math last week, I realized that I did not have the gas bill written down. I quickly logged into our account and discovered it was two days past due.
Since it had only been two days, there was no late fee, but that wouldn’t be true for all bills. I paid the bill and decided right then that I should have a way to make sure I don’t forget to write down a bill.
This yearly bill planner is pretty simple. It has space for you to write the name of each bill, the due date each month, and the amount. Draw an X through the bill or mark it with highlighter once it’s paid.
As a bonus, you can also see how your bill goes up or down at different times of the year, which will help you budget for next year.
How to get the printable
Print this on 8.5×11-inch paper and keep it handy in your household binder or wherever you’ll remember to check it regularly.
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