What is the Subscription Tracker
A subscription tracker is super handy to keep all your recurring payments organized. You know how it is, you sign up for like Spotify, Xbox Live, Adobe Creative Cloud and all these different services and it's easy to lose track of when you're getting charged and for how much.
Which Items Should Be Included in the Subscription Tracker
The subscription tracker basically just lists out all the details for each subscription in one place so you don't forget. It'll have things like:
The name of the subscription: like Netflix, Hulu, whatever.
The amount you're getting charged each time. Some are like $9.99, some are more, but it's good to know how much is leaving your account.
The frequency: Whether it's monthly, yearly, every 3 months, whatever. This way you know when to expect another charge.
The expiration or due date. Really important so you know the exact date you'll be charged, like the 15th of every month for example.
Whether it auto-renews. Some subscriptions just keep charging you forever unless you cancel, so this reminds you if you still want it or need to cancel before the next charge goes through.
How to use the tracker
To use it, you basically just add all your subscriptions to the tracker when you first sign up. Then you can check it any time to see what's coming up, what you've already paid, and make sure you're not getting charged for anything you don't want anymore. It saves a ton of headaches versus trying to keep all that straight in your head. Just a simple way to stay on top of all your recurring payments.