Monthly Bill Payment Checklist

One easy way to get your finances organized easily is with a monthly bill payment checklist. Jot down all the bills that come through in a typical month and organize them by due date. This simple spreadsheet is a perfect overview of your monthly bill payments and can help you more easily manage your account balances.

This free printable follows after our free family budget worksheet that helps you track your monthly expenses in a month-to-month format. Head over to grab that free printable, too!

Free printable budget worksheet - Monthly Bill Payment Checklist. Helps you easily track your money and bills paid!


How to Use the Bill Payment Checklist

To use this budgeting checklist, start by gathering all of your bills. Write down your bills starting with those due on the 1st of the month working your way through the month writing down bills in order by the date the payment is due. If helpful, you can also record when your expected paychecks will come in and check them off as well to track incoming payments. As each bill is paid, you can check off the box by the corresponding month. There are twelve circles – one for each month of the year. During the month, you can refer back to the checklist to see what bills are still coming up and plan and budget accordingly. Free printable budget worksheet - Monthly Bill Payment Checklist. Helps you easily track your money and bills paid!

Get Your Free Bill Payment Checklist Printable


Bill Payment Checklist – Letter Size


Bill Payment Checklist – Mini Size

To get your free copy of the monthly bill payment checklist, just click on the link or on the image above. Just print out your free bill pay checklist and get organized with a simple binder planner system to keep all your files organized. One key product I recommend is hole punched pocket dividers. These are wonderful for storing your receipts and bills until you can file them away at the end of the month.

Also grab our first free budgeting worksheet a¬†Family Budget Worksheet! I’ve got another free printable worksheet to share with you in two weeks. Check back to grab a free Cash Flow Worksheet to add to your organizer.

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Our Family Budget Worksheet is another valuable tool to help you manage your finances! Grab the free printable here:

Free Family Budget Worksheet


Build savings into your financial plan to have an emergency fund on hand for the unexpected. You can easily save $1,000 in less than a year by just saving a little each week.

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About Janel

Hi, I'm Janel! I'm the owner and lead blogger here at A Mom's Take. I have five little boys age 8 and under. I am a Phoenix based mom blogger and love the sun. I love to travel and have been known for planning trips specifically to hit the roller coasters! I enjoy digital scrapbook and design and I'm obsessed with board games.


Monthly Bill Payment Checklist — 20 Comments

  1. I’ve tried other bill paying printables but did not keep them up. This one is so simple to use and nice and colorful. I always think I’ve paid a bill and end either end up being late or skipping a month. A little check mark and I’ll know for sure. Thanks for the ease of use on this printable!

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  3. That’s a fantastic idea. I wish I’d have come up with this idea before. No more late fees, right!?

  4. Thanks for the idea and the free printable. I love the design and colors! My children are adults now and I am trying to help them learn to be organized and responsible. This will hopefully make it easier for them to keep track of things.

  5. Very useful, well thought out and helpful.

  6. I have a notebook I keep all my bills in. I list mine by due date (date paid)/bill name/amount paid/how paid (check, bill pay, etc) and confirmation code. That way when someone calls and says this bill wasn’t paid I can look in the book and say it was paid this day, this amount, and this is the confirmation code.

  7. I really like this idea. It makes it easier to check and make sure you’ve paid a certain bill that month. I’m showing this to my son who has been looking for a system like this. Thanks for sharing!

  8. I am printing this Monthly Bill Payment list to help me remember my bills and check off to see if they got paid. I have forgotten before and that is not good.Thanks for sharing.