Nearly everyone struggles with keeping the household finances in order, which is why the personal finance app doxo was created in the first place. The doxo company was founded in Seattle by idea people and venture capitalists, including Amazon's mastermind, Jeff Bezos, though his venture capital firm, Bezos Expeditions. The system was created as a way to help make it easier for ordinary people to keep track of and pay their bills, as well as to reduce the resultant clutter.
A decade after their founding, millions of consumers now use doxo as a way to pay all their bills and also to keep copies of everything, including bills, invoices and other important documents in a virtual file cabinet. There are few real complaints about doxo and its service. There are millions of users now, and they have all signed up tens of thousands of companies in virtually every area, including utilities, telecom companies, healthcare, banking and insurance, among many others. Users can pay their bills via computer or laptop from home, or they can use their phone or tablet on the road. They can set up automatic payments, and they can even set limits as a way to prevent surprises. For example, if your cell phone bill is normally $200 per month, you can be notified and warned when one monthly bill is $300.