Updating billminder

20-Sep-2017 16:34

Also remember to tell Quicken about your income, and when you expect it.

Then when payday comes around, Quicken can enter your paycheck in the register automatically.

I spent over a hour imputing all my bills and the information that goes with them. It looked as if I’d lost all my information but three bills.

But looking in the categories everything was still there.

Just set the delivery date and send the instruction.

In addition, the online payment service has a special type of payment called a repeating online payment ( Online payment service has a special type of scheduled transaction called a repeating online payment.

Of course you may need to make a few adjustments to the amounts, but entering at least an estimate of your paycheck is important if you want to use the Projected Balances graph.

This way, you don't need to be reminded of anything.

Ok, for the umpteen time I'm writing this review over, again. Over the last two years I have found Billminder to be less and less reliable. My i Pad Pro is better but it is poor on my i Phone.

The quality of this app just keeps dropping but at least this developer has finally started replying at least to 'other' customers. NOW I just discovered that Billminder has apparently lost my entire payment history for ALL of my bills. I'm deleting Billminder and looking for an app that I can depend on.

They trickle in, and you try to pay each one in a timely fashion.

To save time and effort, you can have Quicken remind you when a bill is due, then you can pay the bill the way you usually do: with a check, an online payment, or a direct withdrawal.

This way, you don't need to be reminded of anything.

Ok, for the umpteen time I'm writing this review over, again. Over the last two years I have found Billminder to be less and less reliable. My i Pad Pro is better but it is poor on my i Phone.

The quality of this app just keeps dropping but at least this developer has finally started replying at least to 'other' customers. NOW I just discovered that Billminder has apparently lost my entire payment history for ALL of my bills. I'm deleting Billminder and looking for an app that I can depend on.

They trickle in, and you try to pay each one in a timely fashion.

To save time and effort, you can have Quicken remind you when a bill is due, then you can pay the bill the way you usually do: with a check, an online payment, or a direct withdrawal.

You send one initial online payment instruction that specifies the payment amount, as well as how often and the number of times to make that payment.