'BMOst of Summer' Financial Tip of the Day: Keep Finances Under Control this
Summer by Setting up Automatic Bill Payments
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/05/13 -- As part of BMO
Financial Group's ongoing commitment to financial literacy and
'Making Money Make Sense', BMO is releasing a financial tip every day
in the summer to help Canadians make the 'BMOst of summer' in 2013.
'BMOst of Summer' Financial Tip of the Day: Keep finances under
control this summer by setting up automatic bill payments.
It can be easy for finances to fall lower on the priority list during
the busy summer season, which is often jam-packed with vacation
plans, day trips and other fun activities. To help prevent financial
responsibilities from falling by the wayside, consider setting up
recurring automatic bill payments. This will help ensure you never
miss a payment - even when you're on vacation.
"Look for convenient and less-time consuming ways to manage bills -
such as setting up an automatic payment schedule, to ensure your
summer plans go off without a hitch," said Janet Peddigrew, Vice
President, BMO Bank of Montreal. "Pre-authorized bill payments allow
your bills to be paid automatically from your BMO bank accounts on
the dates they are due, so that you never have to worry about missing
a payment - even through the busy summer."
BMO offers a number of products and services that can help Canadians
get more out of every dollar they spend this summer. For more details
on how to make the 'BMOst of Summer,' drop by a BMO branch or visit
About BMO Financial Group
Established in 1817 as Bank of Montreal, BMO Financial Group is a
highly-diversified North American financial services organization.
With total assets of $555 billion as at April 30, 2013, and more than
46,000 employees, BMO Financial Group provides a broad range of
personal and commercial banking, wealth management and investment
banking products and solutions.
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