Monday, July 19, 2010

Precious excerpt from the Making Points News

Precious Times

June 1, 2010 – Dover, NH - Dianne McMillen enjoys spending her time with senior citizens—there's just no other way to say it. For her they represent lessons to be learned, great anecdotes, and making history come alive. Her warm memories of the more mature men and women of her childhood, their stories of sitting in front of the only TV in the house together and of the beginning of Rock 'n Roll, resound her personal joy of being an Everyday Money Manager we can count on for our mothers and fathers in the Seacoast.

Baby boomers can rest assured that if they can't, McMillen can make sure their parents are getting help with fiances and bills. What's more, their pleasant hour with her may just be a little less lonely. As the owner of Everyday Money Matters, McMillen in fact helps people of all ages and situations enjoy their everyday lives without the hassles of keeping up with confusing bills and ever-mounting paperwork. Her services are great for seniors and/or caregivers, working professionals who travel or have a full schedule, individuals with disabilities and small businesses needing bookkeeping services.

Caring for others, and learning from those who aren't often the attention-getters of life, is a common thread in McMillen's life. As a girl, before earning a degree in social work, her mother used to send her out into the neighborhood to help seniors living nearby by putting their trash out, mailing their letters or doing other small tasks that didn't come easy for an older person. What began as a grudging chore for her mother turned into precious times of learning about the lives of people who had been around much longer. She learned of unfamiliar scenarios like running out to the woods to use the outhouse in the winter, the Great Depression, World Wars I and II and the Potato Famine in Ireland.

According to the website of the American Association of Daily Money Managers, (AADMM), the services of a DMM "meet a continuum of needs, from organizing and keeping track of financial and medical insurance papers, to assisting with check writing and maintaining bank accounts." While their services do not take the place of accountants, investors or social workers, etc., the site continues, DMMs can compliment and even prepare their clients for the services of these other professionals. In fact, McMillen's many years within the health insurance industry is be a great asset to folks with their health records and paperwork.

McMillen's work area spans the Greater Seacoast of New Hampshire as well as the Southern York County, Maine. She participates in many networking groups and loves gaining clients through personal referrals. Perhaps someone you know has worked with McMillen. You may contact her for a free consultation by calling 603-801-5210 or by visiting her website. McMillen is a member of the AADMM.

The entire Making Points News may be found on the website of To The Point Marketing System. Please click here to be redirected.

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