It happens to the best of us – you wake up one morning and remember that you forgot to pay a bill. Now the bill is late, and depending on what type of bill it was, you may be charged a late fee. The amount of the late fee is insignificant because no matter how big or small it is, you could still be saving money if it was paid on time. If you’ve found yourself in this situation before, or you just want to make sure that it doesn’t happen in the future, here are 3 ways to avoid paying bills late every month.
People get busy and forgetting to log into an account to pay a bill is easy to do. By using one or more of the three tips above though, you’re well on your way to never paying a bill late again.
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