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5 PowerWallet Tips to Get You Financially Fit

by on May 18, 2012

By Samantha Savory

1. Cut costs – How much money do you spend each month on manicures and pedicures? Or how many trips to the mall do you take in a 30 day period? These are all expenses that can easily be reduced to help you cut costs, save more money and make it easier for you to be able to afford your bills.  Use PowerWallet to get daily deals and coupons based upon where you shop.  These deals and coupons can help you save on eating out, clothing, and much more!

2. Plan ahead – Use PowerWallet’s sophisticated dashboard to set spending limits, saving plans and more! By planning ahead, you won’t have to worry about getting into debt or not being able to pay for emergency expenses because you will have already planned for them!

3. Save for emergencies– Saving is a crucial part to being financially fit. Something is always going to come up unexpectedly whether it’s a speeding ticket or a fix that your car needs.  Set a savings goal and achieve it with the help of PowerWallet.

4. Pay your bills on time – Never make another late payment with PowerWallet’s bill pay reminders!  Simply link all your financial and online bills and accounts, and set a one-time reminder for all your bills. Every month, you will get an email reminding you to make a payment so you never have to worry about keeping track of your multiple bills and finances on top of your busy lifestyle.

5. Get a clear picture of your finances – Instead of memorizing and searching for all the login names and passwords for each of your online accounts and financial accounts, link them all into your PowerWallet – one and done! And never have to sign into those accounts again! Simply log into your PowerWallet every time you want to get a clear and accurate summary of your personal finances. This will help you know where you can cut costs, save more, budget better and overall, become financially fit!

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