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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   7 months ago

How to Track Recurring Expenses in Excel


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In this Microsoft Excel tutorial, I'll demonstrate how to create a straightforward spreadsheet for managing your recurring expenses. We'll record the last payment date for each expense, establish the frequency of each payment, and from this data, calculate the next due date. Additionally, we'll implement conditional formatting so that upcoming expenses are clearly highlighted in red, making it easier for you to plan and prioritize.

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