There are few things as frustrating as late fees. And, let's face it, you probably pay them all the time.
Whether you notice it or not, your cellphone company is probably charging you late fees. Your cable TV or satellite TV provider is, too. Your gas company, credit cards, your mortgage lender and your property management company are all slapping late fees onto your bills.
Even if you're just a day or two past the due date, you'll get nailed. You may not realize it because those payments are buried in your bill. Plus, if you pay bills online or with a smartphone app, odds are you're not looking at each charge that you rack up.
You could be paying $100 or more in late fees and other charges every month. Which is irritating. It's also unnecessary, thanks to financial planning apps, like the free Prism Bills & Money.
You just input the account numbers for your credit cards and other bills, then input your banking information. Prism will automatically remind you when each bill is due.
You can still pay your bills as you normally do, whether it's every weekend or once a month. With Prism, you can check your bank balance, then pay bills from your bank account, debit card, or credit card.