Tracking Electronic Bills By Payment Amounts

Always use an odd amount for transferring money electronically or paying bills. For example, if transferring monies, use $99.98, or $100.01, or $100.02, but never the same amount during a 6 month period. This way you can always pinpoint a transaction if there are any issues. (Say you sent in $100.00 each month, how would you ever pin the payment sent?)

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The same goes for monthly payments to the dentist, doctor, etc. If you have regular $60.00 monthly payments to the dentist, send: $60.01 (Jan.); $60.02 (Feb.); $60.03 (March) etc. Now you have a detailed payment record and it hasn't been expensive or complicated :)

By cajun62234 from Opelousas

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