Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 09, 2012
A daily money manager (DMM) is defined as a person who takes over the day to day tasks for those who are unable to perform these tasks on their own. But what about the people who are able to perform these tasks but choose not to? Don’t they deserve a daily money manager as well? HarMoney has created a new virtual bill pay program that doesn't follow the traditional guidelines of a daily money manager to meet everyone's needs.
Traditionally, some tasks performed by DMM’s included bill payments, wire transfers, deposits/withdrawals and tax preparation, usually done in person in the clients' home. But now, with many companies becoming virtual and technology being more advanced these tasks can be handled in a more efficient way. For those with busy schedules, who currently don't have time to pay and organize their finances, they usually won't have time to meet with a daily money manager either.
HarMoney’s bill pay program has revamped the old idea of a DMM. With 77.3% of Americans having access to the internet according to the International Telecommunication Union, more and more people are looking for a more efficient way of managing their finances. With HarMoney's new virtual bill pay program that need is met.
While on the program (http://www.harmoneyllc.com/billpay.html), clients no longer have to meet with their DMM to get their bills taken care of, everything is done virtually. After the initial set up, there is no need to speak with your consultant again unless you feel the need to. DMM’s usually bill hourly, however with this virtual advancement, costs are reduced and fees are now paid monthly. Over time, the daily money management industry will find the need to change the way their business is done to keep up with modern times.