Get Organized with Manilla for FREE

 Get Organized with Manilla for FREE

It’s been a while since I talked about Manilla, so I wanted to revisit this awesome FREE online service.

Manilla organizes all your bills, household accounts, travel rewards programs and deal-a-day sites into one secure online account.

I recently started using Manilla on my phone to keep track of my Groupon and Living Social vouchers (after I let one expire – WOOPS!).

I am so pleased with it! I get emails and even text alerts (I had to opt-in for the text alerts, so don’t worry that you’ll get them and be stuck paying for them) two weeks and two days before my vouchers will expire – so I never forget to use one again.

But Manilla is good for so much more than daily deal vouchers. It lets you organize all of your linked account information, set up text and/or email reminders to pay bills (so you never have to deal with late penalties), and enjoy unlimited storage of account documents.

It’s like a filing cabinet with Google alerts!

Additionally, Manilla cuts the clutter in your life. No more paper statements – with Manilla, you can view, permanently store, and even print if you want (I do this for my accountant) your statements.

And you can pay your bills from Manilla – all with one simple password. (Again, Manilla has bank-level security, so you don’t have to worry.)

When you sign up for Manilla, you get a Virtual Assistant to organize your home office – and your life.

But you get it for FREE.  For those of you — like me — that have too much going on to keep it all in your head, Manilla is an invaluable service.

Sign up for Manilla for FREE and give it a try – I think you’ll love it as much as I do!

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  1. I was wondering how this is different from Mint.com? I dont want to sign up for too many services :)

    • Mint.com tracks my spending. I use Manilla to organize my bills, household accounts and daily deals sites. There actually isn’t very much overlap at all!

  2. Great! Thank you!!!

  3. daily deals sites? I have none. That’s why I subscribe to you!

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