I've been looking for a better way to remember when my monthly bills are due. I don't like having anything automatically deducted from my checking account and would rather keep track of when the bills are due and then pay via billpay or pay directly at the billers website. I carry a calendar to remember various appointments or meetings and I also use it to keep track of bill due dates. Using this method has a couple of drawbacks. Due to lack of space, I am not able write down notes about the bill like the amount due, account to be paid from, bill website or any other important notes. Unfortunately, if I forget to take my calendar with me, I do not have the due dates readily available.
I was contacted by the publisher of a program by the name of The Bill Manager. This is a free program that allows you to keep track of your monthly bills. I've used the program for about a week and I'm very happy with it.
- No cost. There is no fee to use this program. Nothing beats free!
- Easy to Use. Even, if you are not internet savvy, the program is still very easy to use. If you can point and click, you can use this program.
- Anywhere Access. If you have access to the internet, you have access to the bill manager. Go out of town? You can still access your account.
- Payment Reminders. You can get an email reminder to make sure you never miss a due date.
- Expense Manager. Manage your budget with the amount of your monthly bills conveniently calculated for you.
- Weekly Articles. Each week, there are a number of helpful personal finance articles via the main website or by RSS feed.
Head on over to The Bill Manager to check it out. Please note, this is not a paid review. I'm actually using the program and find it really helpful.
What method do you currently use to handle your monthly bills?
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