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How to Organize Bills

**How to Organize Bills**



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Establish this system to get all that paperwork in order and avoid expensive late fees resulting from mismanaged mail.

Step 1: Pick a spot
Pick a place at home to put bills that need to be paid. When you retrieve the mail, sort through it and immediately put the bills in their designated spot.

Tip
A folder or bin will work the best.

Step 2: Decide when you will pay bills
Decide how often you will pay the bills. Depending on when most of your bills are due, pay them biweekly or at the beginning or end of the month.

Step 3: List your monthly expenses
Make a list of the bills that you pay every month. Include bills that are automatically deducted from your account.

Tip
Use spreadsheet software to add your bill totals every month. List the bills to be paid in the first column and identify the months along the top row.

Step 4: Separate the list
Separate the list into groups of when they will be paid.

Step 5: Pay your bills
Retrieve your list and paper bills to be paid from the bin when it is time to pay the bills.

Step 6: Write the amount
Compare the bills from your bin with your list and write the amount you will pay on your list. Fill in payments that are automatically withdrawn and add any unexpected bills that have arrived.

Step 7: Repeat the system
Repeat this system every time you pay your bills. You will be able to keep track of how much you spend and will not miss a payment if the bill gets lost in the mail because it will be recorded on your list.

Did You Know?
The U. S. Postal service processes 405,000 pieces of mail every minute. Most of them are probably bills.
how to organize bills establish this system to get all the paperwork in order and avoid expensive late fees resulting from mismanaged mail you will need a designated location and a list of monthly expenses optional a folder or bin a computer and spreadsheet software step 1 pick a place at home to put bills that need to be paid when you retrieve the mail sort through it and immediately put the bills in their designated spot a folder or bin will work the best step to decide how often you will pay the bills depending on when most of your bills are due pay them bi-weekly or at the beginning or end of the month step 3 make a list of the bills that you pay every month include bills that are automatically deducted from your accounts use spreadsheet software to add your bill totals every month list the bills to be paid in the first column and identify the months along the top row step 4 separate the lists into groups of when they will be paid step 5 retrieve your list and paper bills to be paid from the bin when it is time to pay the bills step 6 compare the bills from your bin with your list and write the amount you will pay on your list fill in payments that are automatically withdrawn and add any unexpected bills that have arrived step 7 repeat this system every time you pay your bills you will be able to keep track of how much you spend and will not miss a payment if the bill gets lost in the mail because it will be recorded on your list did you know the u.s. postal service processes four hundred and five thousand pieces of mail every minute most of them are probably bills

PayPal Accounts : How to Transfer Money to a PayPal Account

**PayPal Accounts : How to Transfer Money to a PayPal Account**



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