Recent Money Matters Blog Posts:
Daily money managers are an integral part of a client’s financial team. Helping to settle estates is one example of how these professionals collaborate with clients’ attorneys, accountants, and financial planners to attend to the many details of the probate process.
People have a place in their mental mind map for a bookkeeper, but they may never have heard of a daily money manager before. Both keep an eye on day-to-day finances, but daily money managers are distinctively different from bookkeepers because of who they serve, and they have different skill sets.
In your financial life, it’s important to have a team of trusted advisors to help you make the best financial decisions for your present and your future. Knowing your strengths puts you in a great position to be able to build a great team. Your daily money Manager is familiar and works with a variety of professionals to organize your financial life to help you. A daily money manager walks beside you to review what is already in place and help you build the team with all the necessary players.
Sorting, updating, and organizing your important documents and financial information is an important first step to building a strong financial foundation. Here are 3 reasons to get financially organized.
Financial Anxiety is an internal trigger from thoughts relating to money. It is a feeling of distress and can be described as worry. An example is when someone has thoughts of not having enough money to retire or worrying about being laid off.
Many high-net-worth individuals and busy professionals can benefit from running their personal life more like a business.
Daily money managers are much more than bill payers. Many daily money managers (DMMs) provide services that extend well beyond these basic functions to meet the needs of their clients.
You are not alone if you didn’t get around to setting your financial goals before the 2021 new year began. Writing down your goals can immediately make you feel better — as well as making it more likely you will succeed in achieving them.
There’s a common misconception that budgeting and daily money management are only for people living paycheck-to-paycheck or young people just starting out. The truth is, you’re never too wealthy to budget.
Creating good financial habits, while avoiding known disastrous mistakes, is generally more impactful to make the right decision .