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- The next 12 months
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Frustration and worry about money hurts

Symptoms include sleepless nights, corrosive medical issues, inability to concentrate at work as well as destroyed relationships. Money is one of the top 10 reasons for divorce. The traditional solutions for stressing about money, budgeting and tracking expenses, don't help much. Nor do the plethora of recent apps that nickle and dime the issue without addressing the real problem.

The truth is that you, like everyone else that has an income, have cash flow. You will be receiving money and you will be spending that money. It's that simple. Equally simple is the fact that the further into the future that you can see your expected income and your planned spending the easier it is to keep your spending less than your income, pay your bills, manage your credit cards, plan your way out of debt, play "what if?" for financial decisions and set doable goals.

The only tool on the planet that lets you easily see and manage your future cash flow is Income Companion. Try it free for 60 days. You will be amazed how this program changes both how you view as well as how you manage your everyday money. You will also enjoy finding out how being worry-free about money feels.

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Benjamin Pitts, CEO, myFinancialAnswers

I'm using Income Companion personally (on a Mac) and love it. It's changed how I view and manage my personal finances.

If you are looking for a way to manage your day to day finances and finally visualize your future dollars then I suggest you check out the 60 day free trial. Nothing to lose and lots to gain for most people.

Let me know what you think after you try it! And if you want some help getting set up let me know and I'll be happy to give you some tips!


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