Identifying and enrolling providers for our users has been one of the most challenging yet gratifying parts of developing Seniority Matters. Everyday has been an education, and I now know about people and services that I didn't even know existed. I can’t believe that I could have gone through life without knowing about them. As an example (and there are many), I never knew what a Daily Money Manager was. Sure I have heard of bookkeepers, but Daily Money Managers, or DMM’s as they are referred to, are much more.
A DMM can provide an array of services including paying your bills, keeping track of medical and other insurance papers, and organizing your files and home office. They can work with attorneys and CPA’s, and most important is that they adhere to a strict standard of practice and code of ethics. There is an American Association of Daily Money Managers. We are lucky to have three DMM’s in our directory, one in each Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. They are all very passionate and excited about what they do, as you can tell even from the names of their companies. So check out their in our directory: Minding your Business (Miami-Dade), Organize My Life (Broward), and Florida Seniors Bookkeeping Service (Palm Beach).
While they provide many services, they can work with you to make sure you get just the services you or your parents need.
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