Dec 062011
 
*If you sign up – make sure you enter the contest where you can win $500!

I know all of you are very busy due to the time of year it is.  That being said, it may be the perfect time for you to sign up for manilla so you know where your finances are at.  I signed up a long time ago. I received emails telling me when I have a bill due and in how many days.  The reminders are nice because I don’t always remember the due dates and it saves me from going through the mounds of mail on my desk to figure what is due when.

Here’a a synopsis of what manilla is about:

“What is Manilla? Manilla is a free web based service that helps consumers better manage all of their household accounts, including financial, utilities, subscriptions and travel rewards programs, in one secure place online. Under a single password, Manilla provides customers with an automated, organized view of all of their account information, text and/or email reminders to pay bills and unlimited storage of account documents that Manilla has seamlessly retrieved for the consumer.

Why is Manilla necessary? Most people have more than 20 different household accounts, including three to four credit cards, several travel and hotel rewards accounts, multiple magazine and newspaper subscriptions, plus cable, phone, and other assorted utility bills. In order to stay on top of all this, people have to manage daily incoming paper mail, an array of online usernames and passwords, and websites in order to access important account information and take action. Manilla seamlessly retrieves all your account information – current balances, previous payments, upcoming bills due – and stores it for you in one secure place. Most importantly, you need only one password to view, manage and organize it all.”


“This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Manilla.” 

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