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Beyond this you will just need to make sure that you pay off each credit card at the end of the month if it all possible. One trick that's helped many people is setting up alarms on their computers or smart phones to remind them when their payments are due. Other people have had success by taking all of their bills when they come in at the first of the month and then sorting them into two categories – those that need to be paid at the first of the month and those that need to be paid in the middle of the month. They then organize them in such a way that they pay about the same amount at the first of the month and at the 15th. If you have bills with due dates that don't fit this scheme then contact your creditors’ customer service departments and you should be able to negotiate a change in due dates. Be sure to mark the bill paying days on your computer or smart phone – the first and the 15th. When the time rolls around reserve an hour or so to review your bills and get them paid. Finally, whenever possible, sign up for online bill pay as this will not only save you a stamp it could end up saving your credit score.
Finally, here are some more good tips for bill paying courtesy of National Debt Relief ...