- get notices via e-mail;
- go the the site;
- print only the page on my bill that contains the actual billed items (all their advertising, etc. can stay unprinted);
- set-up/schedule my payment for a couple days before the due date;
- print the confirmation of payment scheduled on the BACK of the billed items page;
- go to my accounting software, record the upcoming payment (I enter the confirmation # as memo);
- file only one sheet of paper.
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we have cut way down on our check writing. It helps with all kinds of clutter. What would be great would be the local stores figuring out the simple way to do this, too. Thanks!
jon, thanks for the kind words.
I, too, have been amazed by the reduction in clutter. The bank even keeps my statements online accessible for 3 years.
I think that this type of thing is going to become more and more popular. I can’t stand sorting through all the paperwork. I would like to present a tool that will also let businesses approach their invoices, bills, statements, etc from the same perspective with their clients. Many small businesses can’t support that right now.