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Free Bill Tracker for Google Sheets (2024 Update)

May 8, 2024

Bill Tracker Template in Google Sheets

Get a copy of our free bill tracker template in Google Sheets here. 

bill tracker google sheets

Do not request to edit the file. Simply select File > Make a copy. 

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How to Use the Google Sheets Bill Tracker Template

Follow the steps below to use our Google Sheets bill tracker template. 

1. Enter the Month and Year

Locate the second row of your sheet. Here, you'll enter the current month and year to keep track of your bills for that period. For example, you might enter “March 2024”.

bill tracker template google sheets

2. Gather Your Bill Information

Collect all necessary information for your recurring bills. This might include utility bills, rent or mortgage payments, subscription services, and any other regular payments you need to make. Ensure you have all the details such as bill amounts, due dates, and any interest due for each bill.

3. Fill in the Bill Information

In your Google Sheets tracker, you will see various fields or columns designated for different types of information such as "Pay to", "Amount Due", "Due Date", "Interest Due", etc. Fill in each field with the appropriate information for each bill.

google sheets bill tracker template

Note: The "Interest Due" field is specific and may not apply to every bill. If a bill does not incur interest (like most utility bills), you can leave this field blank or enter “N/A”.

4. Review the Total Row

Your Google Sheets bill tracker includes a formula that automatically calculates the total amount due across all bills. This is usually found at the bottom of the "Amount Due" column.

monthly bill tracker template google sheets

Check to ensure that this total updates correctly as you input your bill information. If it doesn't, you might need to check the formula for accuracy (=SUM(column range)).

5. Duplicate the Tab for Future Use

Once you've set up your bill tracker for the current month, you can easily create a copy for the next month. 

Right-click on the tab you've just renamed and filled out. Select “Duplicate” from the menu. This will create a copy of the tab.

Rename the new tab with the next month and year, then update the bill information as needed. 

We hope that you now have a better understanding of how to use the Google Sheets bill tracker template. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on our free Google Sheets income tracker or our article on our free job search Google Sheets template.

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