Money Management

Discover tips for identifying money, keeping financial records, paying bills, preparing taxes, and using banking services and credit cards when blind or low vision.

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Banking Services and Credit Cards

Initially, it’s helpful to introduce yourself to the bank manager so that they and the staff can get to know you personally. You might also consider banking at less busy […]

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Identifying Money

The rise in popularity of debit cards means that more and more retailers—even small ones like your corner newsstand or dry cleaner—no longer require cash for purchases. For customers who […]

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Record Keeping

Access Your Financial Information with a Computer Thanks to online banking, managing finances, keeping track of bank accounts, paying bills, and reviewing bank statements have become more accessible to people […]

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Accessible Tax Preparation

Tax time is stressful for everyone. It involves organizing receipts and tax documents, filling out confusing forms, working with accountants, and meeting that fast-approaching deadline every spring. For people with […]

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Paying Bills

Paying bills is a big concern for most people with significant vision changes, and with good reason. Traditionally, the job required that you sort the mail, identify which items are […]

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