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New Business Works to Ease Financial Chores

By: Press Release
By: Press Release

A social worker with an accounting and business background who has worked with seniors for over 20 years has formed a new business serving Central Kentucky that focuses upon the growing professional field known as daily money management.

“Daily money managers help individuals and their families with their personal financial bookkeeping,” said Debbie Hinely, owner and founder of Integrity Daily Money Management. “This may include paying bills, balancing checkbooks, reconciling bank and credit card statements, organizing and keeping track of paperwork for those who are no longer able to do these activities or those who don’t have the desire.”

Hinely said she started her company out of a deep love and concern for seniors. She wants to help them “remain as independent as possible for as long as possible in their own homes. Our service provides peace of mind to our senior clients and their families, knowing their needs are being met. In addition, the company is insured and offers clients complete visibility to all financial transactions. Daily money management gives everyone more time to enjoy the things that really matter to them.”

Debbie Hinely is a Certified Senior Advisor®, has a social work degree, and a Master of Business Administration. She is also a member of the American Association of Daily Money Managers, a membership organization comprised of individuals who provide daily money management services directly to their own clients.

For more information visit www.integritydmm.com, call Debbie Hinely at 859-771-3341, or send an email to info@integritydmm.com.

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