By Erin Huffstetler | 02/07/2014 | 5 Comments
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Last week, we got a new debit card in the mail as a result of the Target hack, and while I’m glad our bank took the issue seriously, I kind of groaned when it came because I knew we’d have to move all the bills that we have on auto-pay over to the new card. #nofun
And that made me realize that I should have been keeping a list of those bills all along. I can’t believe I hadn’t thought of that before!
Well, it turns out my husband had thought of it; and he had a nice list to work off of, so the switch wasn’t anywhere near as painful as it could have been.
And with that not-so-fun task out of the way, I immediately got to work on an auto bill pay printable to share with you guys.
Print a copy, and use it to create a record of all the auto payments that you have set up on your cards. Then, tuck it in your household notebook or financial records binder, so you’ll be ready the next time something like this happens.
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