Printable Bill Pay Checklist

Printable Bill Pay Checklist

Use this printable bill pay checklist to check off your bills as you pay them each month. It’s an easy way to catch oversights before they result in late fees and added interest.

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The form is fully editable, so you can customize it with all of your bill pay information before you hit print.

If you’re using Google’s Chrome browser, our printables may not print properly. Click here for printing help.

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    • Erin Huffstetler says

      Hi Karla, I tried printing from three different browsers, and I wasn’t able to replicate the problem. I’d give it another try, and if that still doesn’t work for you, let me know what browser and operating system you’re using, and I’ll see if I can figure out what’s going on.

  1. karla says

    Hi Erin,
    I am still having trouble printing this one. I was able to print the auto bill pay tracker. So, I find it odd that the bill pay checklist is giving me trouble. It appears like it has been enlarged and that I am only getting the lower right hand corner. I will try a different browser and see if that helps.


  2. karla says

    Hello again,
    I was able to print using a different browser. It wasn’t working with my google chrome, but did work with mozilla firefox.
    Thanks for all the cool stuff,

  3. Alexis says

    Awesome website! Now kept in my favorites πŸ™‚ will be coming back for more printables. Love the bill pay checklist! Keep up the great work πŸ™‚

    • Erin Huffstetler says

      Thanks, Alexis. I’m happy to hear you like the printables. There a lot of fun to put together πŸ™‚

  4. Karen says

    Is there a way to save this after I type all my information in? When I save it, it only saves a blank version. Also, I’m unable to get titles across the top to print. I’m using chrome….maybe I need to try another browser?

    • Erin Huffstetler says

      Hi Karen,

      Chrome is definitely the issue (their pdf reader is terrible). If you open the bill pay checklist with Adobe Reader, you’ll be able to save the file with your text in it, and the titles across the top will print properly. You should have Adobe Reader on your computer, but if you don’t, it’s available as a free download on

  5. Ashley Potts says

    Love this Bill Pay Checklist! What program did you use to make it? I want to make a similar one but change the top headings. Thanks!

  6. Iva says

    Is there any way to modify this list to have different amounts for each months when it comes to a bill? For example, my electricity varies each month but the way this checklist is done, I can only enter one amount and it will apply to each month. Does this make sense?
    Thanks in advance.

    • Erin Huffstetler says

      Yep, that makes sense. One option is to leave the amount blank for the bills that vary each month. If you look at the photo in the post, you’ll see that that’s what I did when I set my own checklist up. I’m not sure how else to handle it, but I’ll give it some thought. That’s often how my next printable comes about πŸ™‚

  7. Laura Reno says

    I love the printable and was wondering if there would be any way for the amount column to automatically add a total. That helps with budgeting! Also, is there a way to get a second page without having to start a new template?

    Love your site!
    Thanks, Laura

    • Erin Huffstetler says

      Hi Laura,

      Those are both good ideas. Let me give it some thought, and see what kind of solution I can come up with.

  8. Petra says

    I love this checklist!!! I needed something like this to make my bill paying easier!!! Do you by chance have some type of check list for internet passwords and user ID’s!? I made my own a long time using a template but I don’t have that anymore.

  9. Zipporah Patton says

    Dear Erin,
    Your style rocks! Thank you for the free printables, they are just what I was looking for!

    God Bless,

  10. Teneka says

    Thank you so much for creating this template! I have been looking for and trying to create this very thing! You are amazing and very gifted!
    God bless,

  11. Michelle says

    I love the bill pay checklist. I printed off a Dr. Visit log which will be great for keeping up with for taxes. I was wondering if you have something for prescriptions.

    • Erin Huffstetler says

      Thanks, Michelle. I haven’t done anything for prescriptions, but it’s a great idea. Maybe I need to put that on my to-do list.

    • Erin Huffstetler says

      Just click on any of the fields that you’d like to fill in. Then, start typing. If you’re using the latest version of Adobe Reader (available as a free download), you’ll also be able to save the checklist with your changes.

  12. Lisa says

    Hi, This sheet is great!! I think if you make the sheet for only 6 months at a time you could widen the check off columns to add space to enter the amounts for fluctuations.

  13. Laura says

    THIS!! I LOVE this! I add up my bills as they come in the mail every month and then I simply check them off as they are paid. Once they are all paid, I print the sheet and keep it in my records. I also use the “Notes” bar for any confirmation number I am given and/or write the day they are paid. Thanks so much for creating this! πŸ™‚

    -Laura C.

    • Erin Huffstetler says

      Glad you like it:)

      We also write down the confirmation numbers. It’s nice to have proof you paid, just in case.

  14. says

    Hey Erin! Wanted to share how much I LOVE your page. I’ve been browsing your page at work, I even skipped lunch to go to “Office Depot” to buy binders LOL. I work a lot and frankly, I’m tired after work so organizing isn’t on my to-do list, but I’m making time for this. Sincerely, lazy in my 20’s, gonna regret it one, day but this saved my lifeeeee haha. Keep it the AWESOME ideas!

    • Erin Huffstetler says

      Glad you’re enjoying my website, and happy to hear I’ve turned someone else on to binders πŸ™‚ They take a bit of work to set up, but it’s so worth it. I’ve been using my binder system for a couple years now, and they’re still as neat and organized as the day I set them up. Once you find a system that works, it just seems to stay organized on its own. My kids even know where to put stuff — and that’s HUGE.

  15. S Webb says

    Thank you for creating the bill pay checklist and for sharing it. It was a great tool to keep me budget-minded this year. I came back to print it again for next year so I can be razor-sharp focused on reaching my financial goals for 2016. Happy Holidays!!



  17. Erin says

    Hi. I just wanted to say how much I love this bill tracker. I used it last year, and have looked at different ones to possible use this year. However, yours is the one that i love and have come back to. It has everything I want. Thank you so much.

  18. Anne-Marie says

    Greetings! ANy chance you can make this and excel template to work with? I just need to add 2 more rows and a few come columns.

  19. Carolyn says

    This Printable Bill Pay Checklist is AWESOME! I take care of our household bills and my moms! It can get confusing at times with autopay, online pay and check payments! Thank you so much for sharing the wonderful tool! God Bless You!

  20. Shannon Schmidt says

    WOW!!! LOVE THIS!!! Nice work!
    Is there a way to save our actual personal bill pay checklist or can we just print the form?

    • Erin Huffstetler says

      Yep. If you open it with Adobe Reader, you should be able to type all of your bills into the checklist. Then, save it.

  21. Elizabeth Battistone says

    Thank you very much, Erin. You are organized and make me feel like I can be too. Have a great weekend.

  22. Lisa says

    Hi, I am trying to print the bills checklist, it is exactly what I am looking for. I am using mozilla firefox but it is enlarging the checklist and only printing a quarter of the checklist. Any suggestions????

    • says

      Hi Lisa,

      Try opening the file with Adobe Reader (it’s free, and should already be installed on your computer). That used to be the only option for pdfs, but in recent years a lot of browsers have built their own pdf readers and they aren’t nearly as good. Kind of ironically really, because pdfs were specifically designed so they would open and print the same for everyone. Hopefully it’ll get back to being that way, but in the mean time, pdfs continue to work properly in Adobe Reader. Hope that helps πŸ™‚

  23. A Malaysian Saying Hi & Thanks says

    Thank you so much for making this. It’s clear and reusable and I love the minimal work I need to do to customise it to my needs!


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