To keep track of your bill payments, organize your bills according to the dates they are due. Use a large dry erase calendar and dry erase markers in multiple colors to mark down the different due dates for each month. When each bill is paid, cross it out on the calendar to keep track of payments.
Email reminders are another helpful tool. Many email sites also have a calendar option that allows a user to set up alerts for specific dates or events. Alerts are sent via email, text or both at the user's discretion. For example, if you have a monthly bill, set up a reminder one or two days before the due date. Create a recurring alert for regular bills or a one-time notification for special bills or bills that have varying dates.
If possible, create a bill pay schedule that corresponds with the best time of the month to pay certain bills. Use an accordion file to organize physical copies of bills. Keep one section for unpaid bills and organize paid bills by month, year or type to keep track of expenses. Mark each paid bill with the date and amount paid and the number of the check used or confirmation code, if applicable. This allows you to access important information if a dispute happens or if you need to reference specific information for taxes or other financial reasons.