Debt Snowball Tracker (Printable)

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If you have more than one debt that you're trying to pay off, never fear, the debt snowball tracker is here!

It's a common question to ask "How do I track my debt payoff?"  It can get confusing trying to keep track of all your debt.  Which debt should you pay off first?  How much should you be paying every month?

How to use the debt snowball tracker printable

With this snowball tracker PDF, you'll list your debts smallest in balance to the largest.  Then you pay the minimum amounts on all debts except the smallest debt.  For the smallest debt, you put all extra money you can find towards paying down the principal.  

Then once the smallest debt is paid off, you add the amount you were paying to that debt to the second smallest debt.  Your goal is to vigorously pay whatever your smallest debt is at the time, irrespective of the interest rate, and then snowball the payment amounts to the next smallest debt once the debt you were focusing on is gone.

Need help tracking all your bills?  This yearly bills tracker will help keep you organized.

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PDF document, US Letter size 8.5x11in

What You'll Receive:

One PDF copy of the unfilled debt snowball tracker printable.  

*This is a printable file and no physical products will be mailed to you.  For your personal use only.

Easy File Downloading

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The files will either be in a PDF format or a ZIP file. 

Click the links to download the files and open them.

Most devices such as mobile phones and iPads don't allow you to download through a link.

Due to the constant changes and differences in technology, I am unable to provide any technical help at this time.

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If you can't find the file once it's downloaded, look in Downloads under My Computer.  Another way is to search for the title of the file on your computer which should show it's current location.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Courtney Johnson
Great Debt Tool

I love the idea of having a cute organized sheet to really dig into debt. It is always more fun having something appealing to the eye while reviewing numbers. The template was quick and easy to download.