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Bill Payment Calendar

Posted on October 31, 2009
Filed Under Calendar | 18 Comments


I created this bill payment calendar based on my weekly calendar spreadsheet. There are some requests about making an automatic bill payment reminder that will be displayed automatically in the calendar based on its recurring dates or days. Usually people have to mark or type their bill due dates on their calendar manually. Or, if you are using my monthly calendar, say if you have to pay once a month, you have to type 12 dates in each columns in setting worksheet to make the calendar display the reminder dates each month.

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So, using the same approach with that monthly calendar, I created this bill payment organizer that will allow you to organize your bill payments with additional recurring day and dates adjustment formula. But, I choose to create it in weekly calendar first due to limitation concerns. If your due dates which share the same dates are more than five bills, I think this calendar will be your solution. If you want to have the bill reminder for one full month, you can print it four times with four different week period.

This spreadsheet consist of two worksheets. The first worksheet is a bill payment data entry and holiday setup worksheet. In this worksheet, you can type all your bills and select or type its due dates. For example, you have Mastercard credit card that due every 2nd date each month, and then you have to type Mastercard name in Detail column, Credit Card in type column and minimum amount you usually pay. What if the amount is changing each month ? If this is the case, typing the date in fixed date column is a current solution. You can expand the use of this scheduler as a reminder of any bill payments. For example, day reminder of weekly allowance reminder, where you want to have the calendar display the reminder of giving your son weekly allowance every Monday.

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Once you finished entering all of your bill payments or other reminders, you can go to the second worksheet to see how the calendar display your due dates in a week period plus the sum of your bills amount. First, you have to type the start date reference, where it will be used as the sliding bar reference. After that, you can slide right or slide left to customize the weekly period for your printing. There is a red color mark at the date title if the day is Sunday or if the day is a national holiday. You can add more holidays in the first worksheets or modify the holiday since these are US holidays.

There are maximum 20 bills that can be displayed at the same date using this bill payment calendar.

You can download the file here.



Comments

18 Responses to “Bill Payment Calendar”

  1. Howard Willman on November 12th, 2009 5:19 pm

    I stumbled on to your site and I like a few of your templates. The Bill Payment Calendar is one I’m going to try. Do you have a version of it for 2009? Also, does it cover all of 2010? Thanks, and keep up the great work. – Howard

  2. R. Musadya on January 19th, 2010 3:25 am

    Yes, it covers 2010 and all other years.

  3. Tonya on January 21st, 2010 4:10 pm

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  4. Curtis on March 2nd, 2010 5:00 am

    Just want to know. do you have anything for sale reciept, such as for dry cleaning billing?

  5. leigh on March 11th, 2010 5:42 am

    Hi there,

    With the monthly calendar template how can i increase to-do holiday event input sheet so that more entries can be included? If i go past the 250 lines anything else comes up with REF error on the calendar.

    Great website

  6. Brian Rooney on March 29th, 2010 9:07 am

    Could you please tell me what the “Schedule”refers to in the formulas for your Bill Payment Clendar. I am trying to design a template for myself but am a bit confused by the recurring formulas. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Fantastic site by the way!!

  7. Rose on May 18th, 2010 12:59 pm

    Love your bill payment calendar. I would love to modify it to go out a full 4 weeks instead of a week. You have a password on the schedule side. Is there a way you can remove your passcode or fix it to make it go out more weeks? I like to know what I have going out for the month.
    thanks, My email address that I use for online is in the email address field. I really apprieate if you can help me on this. Thanks!

  8. monju on June 29th, 2010 12:35 pm

    thanx

  9. Jane on January 16th, 2011 11:56 pm

    Thankyou for this calendar. Is there any way i can easily add bills which are due on same day but fortnightly instead of weekly? i.e. every alternate Friday?

  10. Jane on January 16th, 2011 11:57 pm

    Thankyou for this bill payment calendar. Is there an easy way i can add a bill which is due on the same day each fortnight i.e. every alternate Friday?

    Thanks

  11. Beth on February 19th, 2011 2:25 pm

    I love your bill payment organizer but I believe it would be more efficient if the weekly worksheet showed a month’s worth of weeks vertically instead of horizonally. Yes Im also one whos tried to modify the sheet until I realized your formulas are on a hidden worksheet. I understand you dont want anyone to change your templates so please consider creating another one just like the organizer but with the month’s weeks running verically.

    Thanks

  12. Shanielle on February 27th, 2011 11:05 pm

    Is there a way to create a biweekly bill? For example I pay my mortgage ever other Friday.

  13. Robbie on March 18th, 2011 1:08 am

    This is a great workbook. I would love to modify it but is unable to do so, because the Schedule worksheet is locked. There is also an error in its calculation; when “Tuesday” is selected for a recurring day it does not show up under Tuesday, but instead shows up under Monday.

    I also notice the same version of this file is available on other sites, with the same error and locked worksheet.

    Can you assists?

  14. jen on April 26th, 2011 8:29 pm

    you are my hero. i have been searching, and searching for spreadsheet/template that would work for me – this is amazing – thank you for sharing :)

  15. shah on January 12th, 2012 2:27 pm

    OMG! The greatest help i got from the web in a long time. Its like a diamond in the rough! thank mate keep it up!

  16. norberto mizal on April 4th, 2012 12:19 pm

    I am seriously wanting to monitor my financial spending and I am look to a friendly system that can help me. Thank

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  18. alison on December 10th, 2012 2:31 am

    Hi i’m having trouble downloading and was wondering if you could please email me Bill Payment Calendar. It looks just like what I’ve been looking for… Thanks in advance!

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