This free service cuts your monthly bills for you

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This free service cuts your monthly bills for you
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When you reach the end of each month, do you feel like you’re always thinking, where did all my money go?

Well now you don’t have to wonder, thanks to a free service called Trim.

According to the company’s website, ‘Trim is a personal financial assistant that finds ways for you to save money.’ Trim will go through all of your transactions and find your subscriptions and recurring charges. Then, it will cancel anything you don’t want to keep.

The great thing is, it’s 100% free.

Read more: 7 easy ways to cut your monthly bills

How it works

Once you sign up with your banking information, Trim’s technology goes to work, checking if there are any subscriptions you don’t want to keep. Trim uses the same security as a banking system, and the best part is, they don’t sell your information to other companies.

Once the system goes through your information, Trim will send you a text message informing you of any recurring charges. Those you wish to decline, you can cancel, just by sending a message. Pretty cool, huh?

Check out this service that cuts your monthly bills for you

Eventually, Trim wants to offer a premium high-touch financial advising service. But, the company still plans on keeping the basic service completely free.

Check out Trim at AskTrim.com

Read more: How one man paid off $30K in credit cards while earning below $30K/year

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Charis Brown About the author:
Charis Brown is the Senior Deals Editor for ClarkDeals.com. She enjoys saving money wherever possible and loves finding a great deal! Her favorite discount store is Nordstrom Rack, where she once bought something for $.01. Charis is also the author of TGIF Next Gen and lives with her husband and cat ...Read more
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