Keeping track of your bills, payments, and money can be so incredibly difficult, particularly if you have more than one account. Thanks to my bullet journal I have been able to keep up with my bills, payments, subscriptions, loans, and more! Scroll down to find over 20 bullet journal layouts to help you with your finances!
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Bills & Subscription Tracking
Bills and subscription tracking layouts are essential for me to track my payments. I can keep track of when they are due, how much I paid, when I paid, if it is autopay, etc. I highly recommend bill or subscription tracking layouts!
I love this incredibly minimal expense or bill tracking layout. I created this one for a client, but I almost wish I used it!
This is my current bills tracking layout keeping bills on one side for 12 months and subscriptions on the other, again for 12 months. This layout uses Tombow Dual Brush pens.
This one includes bills, subscriptions, and loans. The bills and subscriptions are separated by color and utilize Tombow Dual Brush pens. This tracker lasts 5 months.
This layout tracks 12 months and utilizes a light watercolor blue. I’ve also added cute little corgis and kept it to bills only.
Similar to the previous layout, this one uses Tombow Dual Brush pens instead of watercolor and takes up more space on the page.
This one includes over 12 months of payments, uses many pastel watercolors, and combines bills and subscriptions
This layout is for subscriptions only, lasting 12 months and utilizes Tombow Dual Brush pens.
These two are very similar in that they both track bills and subscriptions on two pages for 12 months. They both also utilize Arteza watercolor brush pen coloring.
This financial tracking layout is a minimal layout with a simple title, a quote, and 6 columns.
This layout was created by @CraftyEnginerd and features monthly bills, Bi-monthly bills, quarterly and semi-annual bills. This is a beautiful black and white layout with several visual tracking aspects.
I love this bullet journal bill tracking layout found on Pinterest. I am unable to find it’s creator to give them credit, but I love the imagery and visual tracking aspects of it!
This final bill tracking layout was the very first one I used. I would use it monthly to track my bill payments, and when necessary, my textbook purchases.
Financial Savings Bullet Journal Layouts
Saving is a great financial habit to build! If you don’t already track your savings, I recommend one of these bullet journal layouts to help you out!
This first layout created by @honeyrozes uses bars to track saving and other financial goals. I love the simple and clean look of this layout.
How cute is this layout by Life’s Carousel? I love the piggy bank!
This home fund by Life’s Carousel is also a fantastic savings tracker! I love that it has mini goals which look like bricks, so as you reach your goal, it appears as if you are building a wall!
Loan and Credit Pay-Off Layouts
These layouts help you to pay off your loans and credit cards!
I already briefly mentioned this layout, but it helps me to track how much of each of my loans I have already paid off!
I love this layout created by the Petite Planner because of the graph! I am a huge fan of graphs because they really give you a visual of your spending and saving!
Bullet Journal Spending Logs & Catch-All Layouts
I created this layout for a client, and I love the minimalistic design! This layout tracks spending and other regular spending categories that might now qualify as bills. Additionally, it provides a place to track your saving!
This layout is one of my first financial tracking layouts. I never kept up with this one, but a simple spending log is always a simple option.
Love this spending love by Chasing a Better Life that incorporates spending, bills, income, and debt payoff!
This layout is an elegant and compact catch-all finances layout! It tracks income, spending, saving, and debts!