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Daily Money Managers

When Might I Need a Daily Money Manager?

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If you don't have the physical ability, time, or mental competence to handle your personal business affairs without assistance, a daily money manager might be helpful. For example, a daily money manager might be able to help if you:

  • Have difficulty getting to the bank.
  • Often pay your bills late even though you have the finances to pay them.
  • Had an eviction notice or a utility shut off, even though you had the money to pay the bill.
  • Can't balance your checkbook, or can't balance your checkbook without a lot of difficulty.
  • Can handle your personal affairs, but would like to save time and/or reduce stress.

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