Family finances: Break the cycle of recurring fees

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By Miriam Cross
Maybe the meal delivery kits are piling up uneaten at $60 a week, or maybe you never listened to Apple Music after the try-it-free offer converted to $10 a month. Neglected subscriptions or free trials that sneakily convert to monthly charges can add up to hundreds of dollars each year.
Of course, you can (and should) scour your bank and credit card statements for unwanted charges and take the necessary steps to cancel them. But if other priorities have put this task on a back burner, a handful of services promise to do the dirty work for you, or at least give you a nudge with a monthly reminder of how much you’re paying.
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