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Credit Card debt payoff visual printable chart
Credit Card Tracking Chart
Credit Card Tracking Chart

Credit Card Tracking Chart

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A TOP 5 chart! Use this chart in combination with the Credit Cards chart when you have multiple credit cards to pay off.

Pay off those credit cards from smallest balance to largest. Don't be tempted to pay off the card with the big balance and high interest rate first. That may sound logical, but you are more likely to lose your momentum when the number is big and you don't see quick progress. Getting out of debt isn't about Math, it's about Momentum.

You may print multiples if needed, no need to put more than one in your cart. 

Both the Original black background and the Outline versions in one file, you get both automatically!



Customer Reviews

Based on 66 reviews
Megan Ahnert
Love these!

I downloaded two debt free charts to help us visualize paying off credit card debt and a car loan! It is so great to have these where we can see them and also fun to color in when we make payments! Thanks for the downloads!!

Love the charts

I love being able to print free debt free charts when my budget is already tight. It helps to keep me on track and see my progress as I pay off debt.

Laurie Martinson

Credit Card Tracking Chart

Angie Steacy

Credit Card

Leanne Dickey
Great visual encouragement

Love the debt free charts! I’m using the credit card chart. I’m loving it. Each time I pay down my credit card I get to color more of the chart. Easy and very useful!


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I Paid off my Credit Card Tracking Chart

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This keeps me going and thankful for it

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Otoniel Aguirre
Keeping me on track!

I printed them out and have them both laminated to use a expo to color each square.


Charts like these are great for me so I can see the process im making easily Would def recommend

Love it

Those are so good love that I can see how I’m doing with my debt