AADMM in the News
CreditCards.com – Consider a professional. Some people would rather not put their finances in the hands of family or friends. In that case, you can hire a daily money manager to step in and take care of your bills, says Smith, who is president of the American Association of Daily Money Managers. You can even engage their services in advance, creating what Smith calls a “pre-made arrangement” so the money manager will know what to do if you need them in the future.
Chicago Tribune – If you or a relative is having trouble paying bills and managing life’s paperwork, hiring a daily money manager or a bill paying service might help maintain independence – and protect nest eggs too.