26 May, 2015

Seamless Savings- Like No Hassle Saving?! Read Here!

Always having people tell you to save money? People like Dave Ramsey and the like who specialize in saving money and paying down debt? Are you busy with life and work that you need someone else to save you money?

Well I(Clay) came across a site through someone else called Digit. I've always tried saving money in the least invasive way and started looking into this company. I've emailed them and read their FAQ while doing a little digging into how it works.

What is Digit?

Digit is a free, yes free, program that analyzes you spending habits, both regular and irregular, any predicted bills, and a few other calculations to determine how much you can save. It then makes a calculated transfer from your checking account into a FDIC insured account provided by either Wells Fargo or Bofl Federal Reserve. The transfers it makes are hardly noticeable. 

How does this work?
You will need to sync digit to your bank account and all it does all its magic for you. Every few days, Digit checks your spending patterns and moves a few dollars from your checking account to your Digit account, if you can afford it. Easily withdraw your money any time, quickly and with no fees. The withdrawals are posted the next business day. 

You can get daily or weekly texts telling you what your checking account and Digit balance is currently sitting at. You can also request the last 3 transactions posted to your checking account. 

With all that being said, I was a skeptic. Seemed too easy, but having researched it and been a member for a little bit it's a great way to save money that you didn't even know you had. So far in a few days I have $1.43. Even with my very irregular spending habits. 
Feel free to sign up here:  https://digit.co/r/bMHI6?wn

Disclosure: I will receive $5 if you decide to sign up. This isn’t why I wrote about digit– I honestly think this is awesome tool that will help me (and you) add money to our savings account and be completely hassle free.

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