When working on paying off debt, you can use all the help you can get. Although it may seem like a little thing, you can get a very real motivational boost from tracking your debt payoff goal using worksheets and charts. There is just something fun and satisfying about crossing out debt as you pay it off.

I've created a few different spreadsheets and editable PDFs that you can use to print a debt payoff tracker for each of your debts. You don't need to do any math. After you enter your start debt amount, the trackers will fill in the goal amounts automatically.

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Debt Payoff Tracker (5-in-1)

for Excel and Editable PDF
Debt Payoff Tracker 5-in-1

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⤓ Excel (.xlsx)
For: Excel 2010 or later
⤓ Editable PDF

License: Personal Use (not for distribution or resale)

Description

Track multiple debts with a single worksheet. Edit the labels for each column and then enter the minimum payment (MIN) and start debt (SD) amounts. The cells are automatically updated (in both the spreadsheet and the PDF). Simply check off or color in the chart as you reach your goals. You can record the date you reached each goal in the columns on the left.

Debt Free Journey Charts

for Excel
Debt Free Journey Chart

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⤓ Excel (.xlsx)
For: Excel 2010 or later

License: Personal Use (not for distribution or resale)

Description

The special instagram version of the Debt Snowball Calculator was the first place I used these charts, but they also work as stand-alone debt payoff charts.

Record the new debt balance each month. The image in the background of the chart is gradually revealed as you pay off your debt. You can use the =EDATE(prevdate,1) formula to automatically add a month to the previous date.

Debt Payoff Tracker Grid

for Excel and PDF
Debt Payoff Tracker (Grid)

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⤓ Excel (.xlsx)
For: Excel 2010 or later
⤓ Editable PDF

License: Personal Use (not for distribution or resale)

Description

This printable worksheet can be used to track individual debts you are trying to pay off. Record the creditor and the minimum payment at the top of the worksheet. The minimum payment represents the amount of cash flow you will free up by completely paying off the debt.

Enter the Start Debt, then print the worksheet. This grid uses 200 cells, so you'll have many opportunities to cross out, scratch out, or joyfully color in the amounts as you reach each goal.

More Great Debt Payoff Charts

DebtFreeInSunnyCA Savings TrackerDebtFreeInSunnyCA.com ▶

My eyes were opened to the world of using crayons and markers to color in debt and savings trackers by examples like this from Amanda Williams @debtfreeinsunnyca).

DebtFreeCharts.comDebtFreeCharts.com ▶

Heidi Nash was one of the people who inspired me to work on making printable charts and trackers for debt payoff. You can find her on Instagram @debtfreecharts) and she also has a LOT of free downloadable debt payoff and savings charts available on her website.

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