Like: It’s that last one that probably affects most of us reading this here right now.You’re on the blog to learn and stay motivated to keep up with this money stuff, not turn it over for someone else to do for you (for pay too, mind you).So if they could write one check (or set up one auto transfer) to a dedicated clearance account for you to make sure their bills and other transfers (i.e.
You’d be surprised how many folks who make a lot of money don’t know (or want to know) about the rest of the stuff, so if they could set one transfer up to an account and then know they can spend the rest without worrying about retirement going off track or their many, MANY bills being paid, it would totally be worth it… You could set up an system to e-mail or text them every time a bill got paid, too, so they know “Congratulations. The following bills will be paid for the remainder of the month.” But auto transfer to the clearance account would need to be mandatory for you. You could do a percentage of the payments, but then the people would see it as paying a premium over their bills. Maybe something as symple as a basic individualized budget for 2 months for bucks a pop.
You can’t pay bills that you don’t have the money to pay. So maybe a range where you charge for up to 3 payments, etc. Then I can set them free to concur their budgeting skills and offer other services like Bill payer or monthly budget maintenance.
I think your service could be very effective, especially if you are meeting with those local to you.
We have friends that can easily drop 0 or more going out one night.
And WOW you’d be amazed at all the people who offer such services!
And who also want you to quite literally PAY their bills for them too – with your own money ;) Haha…In a nutshell, the term for people like these are “A person who takes over the day-to-day financial tasks for those who are unable to perform these tasks on their own.A variety of people employ daily money managers, (DMM’s) ranging from elderly clients to those simply too busy to maintain total control and accuracy of their financial needs.Some tasks performed by DMM’s include bill payments, preparing tax documents, wire transfers, monthly paperwork and balancing, security checks, and basic deposits/withdrawals.Who knew :) And fortunately for me (if I just wanted to “jump in” and start helping people), yet unfortunately for the general public, the niche isn’t all that regulated. As lame as this is about to sound, I LOVE PAYING ME SOME BILLS!!! Free of charge, of course, but still – wouldn’t be so for others ;) Managing money is a huge burden for some people, whether they have a lot or not.