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Cost Management Platform For Career Transitioners' Financial Efficiency Updated

Premier expense management platform Recession Resister announces an update in services to help career transitioners increase financial efficiencies.

This new update aims to help individuals in between jobs cut monthly expenses associated with utility, security, and telecommunications costs without sacrificing the services they receive. Recession Resister uses Bill Saver technology to scan paid invoices for billing mistakes and to monitor markets for service providers offering the best rates. The company’s negotiations team works on behalf of consumers to have billing errors corrected, overpayments reimbursed, and to connect them with the most cost-efficient service providers.

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With the arrival of lockdown measures during the pandemic, a shift in the commercial sector saw many employees reevaluating the role their work was playing in their lives. Thousands began searching for better conditions and more meaningful employee value propositions. This “Great Resignation” has since been replaced by “The Great Reflection,” says a report by Gartner, where employees are seeking job roles at companies that best align with their overall work-life goals.

Individuals making the decision to transition out of an untenable job will want to keep expenses to a minimum. With a new service directed especially toward this segment, Recession Resister is helping consumers optimize financial efficiencies.

“Most people with monthly service bills are probably being overcharged,” says a spokesperson for Recession Resister. “We help Americans pay less for these services by reversing overpayments and negotiating better terms.”

Recession Resister reveals the average home cable bill increased by 40 percent over the last decade, outpacing inflation year over year. They note these types of increases happen slowly with consumers either not noticing or feeling powerless to do anything about them.

In addition to rate increases, monthly invoices can contain posting errors, misread utility meter figures, obsolete charges, and hidden fees which, when identified and refunded, can offer consumers a significant financial injection and long-term savings.

Consumers can instantly find out if they’ve been overpaying for their monthly services by submitting their paid invoices to the Recession Resister platform. Once any mistakes are identified, the company’s negotiators will contact service providers on behalf of their clients to secure both refunds and rate corrections.

Cost efficiencies such as these can have an enormously positive impact on those making the decision to transition into a more fitting job. While the Great Resignation empowered employees to take control of their career trajectories, Recession Resister is helping consumers take control of their monthly expenses.

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Contact Info:
Name: Brian Richards
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Organization: Recession Resister
Address: 11923 NE Sumner St STE 687470, Portland, Oregon 97220, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 89127831

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