Saving money is hard. It’s one of those things that everyone knows they should do, but many people have trouble actually putting money aside. Whether it’s because you’re just making ends meet or you have trouble with not spending your extra cash, you’re not alone if you have trouble saving. In fact, fewer than 40% of Americans could handle an unexpected $1,000 expense.
So, if you have trouble saving, but want to get started, what’s the best thing to do? Trim looks to give consumers an easy way to save money automatically.
Unlike budgeting software, Trim doesn’t just track your spending. It can cancel unwanted subscription services and negotiate bills on your behalf. This helps you spend less money and actually put that money into savings automatically.
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