Truebill offers a a snapshot of your financial life.
The app allows you to see at glance your cash, credit and investment balances so you can keep track of what bills are coming up and stay on target for your monthly spending goals.
The company says it has helped its users save more than $14 million by identifying and canceling unwanted subscriptions, avoiding late feels and ensuring consumers get refunds on fees and outages.
Once you install the app and connect all of your bank, credit cards and other accounts, you can watch the app develop a report of where your money is going. Your spending will be charted in a nicely visible graph; and you'll always see at a glance the level of cash you have on hand.
One bonus feature the app offers is a "lower bills" feature that looks for subscription services you're paying for — like phone, internet, cable and other bills – and compares them to average service levels. If you are willing to give up 40% of your eventual savings, the app will even initiate a savings process and Truebill will call your provider and negotiate on your behalf.
For security, Truebill uses bank-level security with 256-bit SSL encryption and read-only access.
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