Why does Sweep save up for more than the bill is due?

When a bill is due before your next scheduled paycheck, Sweep will start saving up for the next occurrence of that bill. This way, you're always setting aside money on a daily basis for each bill, keeping financial fluctuations in check.

For example, if your bill is due 6 days before your next paycheck, Sweep will automatically save up another 6 days worth of the next occurrence of that bill so that all saving towards your bill is consistent with every paycheck and no longer fluctuates based on different due dates of all your bills. 

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