By . Bill Spreadsheet. At Tuesday, May 25th 2021, 00:28:27 AM.
There is an easy way to start getting your monthly bills under control... create a spreadsheet, list all of your monthly bills, categorize each bill and then let the spreadsheet do the bill calculations. Just a recap on organizing your monthly bills; Step #1 is to gather all of your monthly bills into one location as they come in. Step #2 is to schedule a "monthly bill paying day" each month preferably the day after you just get paid. Those two steps are pretty simple. Dont mistake their simplicity with their importance. If you want to be effective in getting control of your monthly bills you have to do these two steps first: #1 Where are all of your monthly bill physically or electronically located? #2 Once you find them when do you plan on paying them? Before moving on I think it is important to create a goal for all of this organization that we are going through. The goal with all of this organization is to get the monthly bills under control.
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