Keeping the bills organized and paid on-time is an important function of running a household. Below is a quarterly chart to track your monthly bills.
Part 1: Make a list of all of your monthly bills in order by the day of the month that they are due.
14 Credit Card
20 Cell Phone
Once you know the dollar amount for a particular month, enter it in the chart. After you pay the bill, put a checkmark in the paid column.
Part 2: Use the List of Quarterly and Annual Bills to track all of your quarterly and annual payments.
February 28, 2013 Annual Water Bill
March 31, 2013 1st Quarter Real Estate Tax
April 30, 2013 Annual Inspection Sticker on Car
May 31, 2013 Annual Homeowners Insurance
June 15, 2013 Pool Opening Company
June 30, 2013 2nd Quarter Real Estate Tax
July 1 Annual Trash Fee
September 30 3rd Quarter Real Estate Tax
October 31 Pool Closing Company
December 31 4th Quarter Real Estate Tax
Be sure to enter the quarterly and annual bills on your List of Monthly Bills. These items can be placed at the end of the list.
It may also be helpful to print an annual calendar to keep with these charts as well as a list of pay dates.