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I received the same email a month ago that Mint Bills would be discontinued.
I hadn't used Mint itself much and wasn't sure if I wanted to use full Mint site just for Bill pay, so I did some searching and found this:
I haven't yet tried it, so I cannot provide commentary on its usefulness, but it seems to be the closest match to the service provided by Mint Bills, if you want something that exists outside of Mint.
Prism connects with your billers and bank, and lets you see all of your expenses and pay bills straight through the app. I've been using it for years and love it.
Whichever account is currently showing in the hamburger menu, is the one that your searches and timeline will show for. Make sure your main account is always showing in that menu.
On a side note, my wife and I used to do this, it became a massive pain, so we stopped. For keep, we just use a shared note for our shopping list. For bills we switched to an app called Prism which organizes and let's us set our bill pay through one app. We've had our current setup for a few years now and it works really well.
I would also advise setting up your family share for Keep, calendar, apps, and Google purchases.
For bill payments I use prism they update their app often and support a lot of businesses Iphone and android links below
Make sure you learn how to budget!!! Check out Prism, it's a budgeting app that will help you track your monthly overhead, upcoming due dates, etc.
Check out an app called Prism. I have never been good at keeping up with payments and Prism has been a life saver. Connect all your accounts, if they support that biller it will keep track of not only the due date but the amount you owe. For me it works for most of my accounts, probably 80%. There is even an option to pay the bill through the app which is pretty nice.
Edit: is the linkme bot dead? :(
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobilligy.android This app changed my budget and my life. It connects al, Bill's in one place and sends out notifications for upcoming bills. Everything is very straightforward and organized. I have a freaking savings account with actual money in it. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Prism & Mint Bills are great as well. Completely responsible for helping me build my credit by being able to keep track of all my finances accurately, easily & in real-time while on the go.
I recently found Prism, a minimalistic bill paying app that fits my needs perfectly and might fit yours too. I like it better than Mint because I, personally, don't use all the extra features of Mint.
Linkme: Prism Bill Pay
Edit: Bot got it wrong, here's the play store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobilligy.android
I use Prism, and it's great.
Been using this for a couple years, highly recommended
Former severely sheltered person here, as in when I would lose sight of my mom at the grocery store I would run around down every aisle until I found her and then stuck to her like a piece of chewed gum.
Know this: everyone is way too preoccupied with doing their jobs and themselves to give you a second though. If you say the wrong thing and embarrass yourself, know that the person you talked to will immediately forget about it when you leave their sight. No one spends hours of their day just laughing at you. Especially minimum wage workers at the store. They just couldn't give a shit.
Question. Observe. Double-check. Don't know how to use something? Ask the worker there. It's their job. Don't know how to pump your own gas? Go inside and ask for help. Don't know which product you should buy at the grocery store? Ask an associate. It's their job, and they'd be more than happy to help you. Really, really, really don't want to ask? Watch how other people do things. Hell, ask other people doing the same thing as you. You won't be intruding, they won't call you stupid, they'll help you and say goodbye.
Double-check. When you go shopping, double-check the belt to see if all of your bags are in the cart. Got everything? Golden! Before you get out of the car, double-check that you've put your keys in your pocket/purse. Check again. And again.
When you get work down there, double-check when your interview is. Hell, when you make the appointment, reiterate what the person on the phone says. "So, my interview will be next Thursday at 11am, correct?" Correct! Now write it down. Double-check when your orientation is, double-check your work schedule every week. Get a calendar app. If you're worried about missing bill due dates, download Prism (Android | iPhone).
Take a deep breath. You have a chance to be free, to become yourself and your own person! Embrace it. You will be able to work on yourself. Develop your own habits. If you've never folded laundry and don't know what method is best, I learned the US Navy way of folding and never went back because it's so efficient (I just don't turn my shit inside out every time because that's just a waste of time).
The essentials: the internet is at your disposal. WikiHow is your friend (and mine, as I am a Top Answerer in some topics!)
Also, /r/internetparents will probably be very welcoming for you if you need further guidance!
Also, do not fear taxes and Uncle Sam. Taxes are a breeze if you file them during TurboTax and H&R Block's free filing week/month. They tell you exactly where to look on your W-2s. Don't worry about mistakes (the IRS double-checks your filing before accepting it for this reason. Double-check, hue hue).
Good luck! Take the opportunity! Take control of your life.
Prism Bill Pay is pretty decent.
Check out Prism
I use it for almost everything. Doesn't sync to Google Calendar for some reason.
Right now prism https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobilligy.android
I use PRISM. It works great for me and I'm surprised to see recent bad reviews for it. I have been using it for years.
i use Prism. You can even pay bills right from the app
LinkMe: prism bills & personal finance
Also I love OfficeSuite and Camscanner
Edit, wrong app. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobilligy.android
Prism. It's kind of like mint but you can pay bills from within it for free (mint charges a percentage or a small fee).
Yep! 8-) Prism Bills & Money
In addition to
Link me: mint
Edit: bot linked the wrong prism
Not sure if it's available in your country, but Prism is what I use. I have no idea if it's availabe for iOS though.
Anyone use and can compare Prism and Mint Bills?