A daily money manager can help you with common financial tasks such as paying bills and readying tax documents.
Imagine having someone who makes sure your bills are paid on time, organizes your tax documents and hands them off to your accountant, and even follows up with your insurance company because you were supposed to be reimbursed for physical therapy.
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Sounds too good to be true?
It turns out, you don't have to be wealthy to hire a trusted professional to take care of these kitchen-table money issues for you.
Engaging a daily money manager (also known as a DMM) can be a cost-effective way of making sure your financial life is in order.
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