Daily Money Managers can Make Life easier, but research before hiring
“Late credit-card payment, $30.
Bounced-check charge, $50.
Paying someone else to get your bills and banking done on time? Priceless.
A new breed of financial advisers, called daily money managers, handle the grunt work of financial chores for the middle class.
For about $50 an hour, a daily money manager will scan credit-card statements, create a budget, even write the checks, lick the stamps and deliver your bills to the mailbox.”