Dedicated to Providing the Best
In-Home (and offsite) Daily Money Management services. We are "Seniors' Little Helpers".
Helping others live a more relaxed life.
We help the busy executive and the stay at home Mom get that extra few hours they need every so often, or anyone that just doesn’t have the time or maybe doesn’t have the skill, or maybe just doesn’t want to do the task at hand.
Daily Money Management
(ask about package deals and
Bookkeeping (preparing the files for the CPA)
Full administrative services
Digitize photos, slides, and negatives to share
Digitize documents and shred the papers to help clear up clutter (your place or ours)
Contractor Referral Help
We have a library of referrals we know and trust. We help find and organize your repairs and can be there when they come:
Handyman and other maintenance services
Flooring repairs and replacement
At home car repairs
At home vet
If you don't see a service you are interested in, please ask.
We will do our best to be your "personal watchdog" your "filter" from fantasy to reality. We encourage you to stay involved with the bill paying. As you feel more comfortable with us, it is your option to monitor us or not - and we can always give you a detailed log of everything we do either in print format or digitally.
"Totally for Seniors" and "Records Management Specialist" are a division of the Michelle C.L. Seoane, LLC, we are fully licensed and insured.
"Michelle helps me go through my mail to understand what is trash and what is not. She organizes my bills to make sure everything is paid on time, and will even write my checks for me to sign then get them to the mail. She helps me with on-line banking and on-line bill payment. We monitor and have set up a schedule for my budget. She is really a big help and looking out for me, she’s like my younger big sister."
Robert, Falls Church, VA (age – 65)
"Michelle is always very pleasant and caring to talk with and be with. She hadn’t seen my wife in church for a while, so she stopped by one day and brought us lunch. While there I asked her to help me with my iPod and she resolved my issue. Christmas morning we were surprised with a lovely Orchid and Christmas card at our door step. She is always so thoughtful."
Earl & Marilee, Falls Church, VA (age – early and mid 80s)
"I wanted to take a class with the Red Cross in Old Town Alexandria that ended so late that I didn’t have enough time to get to the bus stop to get home. Michelle came out 3 nights a week for 8 weeks to pick me up and bring me home. The night of the surprise snow storm January 2016, when traffic was delayed by several hours because it was so unexpected, she left her Falls Church at 7:30 pm to make it in time to pick me up at 9:30 pm. We let out early, at 9:10 and she had just arrived and was in the parking lot waiting for me. I would not have been able to complete my CNA class if it hadn’t been for Michelle coming to my rescue."
Vernic, Annandale, VA (age – early 60s)
"I was at the doctor’s and time was so delayed that my daughter-in-law had to go to work and couldn’t leave in time to pick me up. I called Michelle and she told the small business that she was doing bookkeeping for that day that she had to leave to pick me up and would return in about 1/2 hour. She was in Fairfax and I was in Annandale, she came and picked me up and then went back. I can really rely on Michelle for help any time."
Mary, Annandale, VA (age – 98)
A few years ago my bills were just plain old high. Many people would have declared bankruptcy, but I couldn't do that for more reasons than one, one of the biggest is because I knew I had created those bills in one way or another. Buying a car (used), helping put my sons through college, being hired by a company full-time and it turned out it was just a temporary position. I know my husband would have been more than happy to help, but I didn't want to do that. Things happen. I took my skills into full gear for myself. My credit score was about 750 at the time, and my debt was where you don't want to talk about it. Here we are 3 years later and I have that debt below (about 20% of where it was) what most people owe and that credit score of 750 is now right around the 800 mark. Wow, what a rush!
Myself, (age 56)
"I have always dreamed of writing a book of my genealogy. I can do this by long hand or on a type writer, but the modern way of doing it is on computers and I just don’t know exactly how to do this. Michelle takes all my chicken scratch notes and types them in, emails them to my niece in Canada for review and editing, then prints out the revised version for me to answer questions and then scans in my comments/answers and sends them back to Canada. I would never have been able to see this dream come true without her assistance. She has done such a wonderful job restoring the pictures dating back to before 1900 and setting up everything to go to the publisher."
Evelyn, Falls Church, VA (age – 95)
"I have a bad back and one day during the snow storms of 2015 someone comes knocking at my Fairfax City home with a snow shovel in hand. It was Michelle, she had stopped by to shovel my snow then went back to the office to shovel that snow. When I was out of town, she dug my car out of the snow so that when I returned home I would easily be able to maneuver. She really amazes me how she goes above and beyond the call of duty."
Mark, Fairfax, VA (age – 67)
"I am overcoming some bad habits and wanting to work on my health. Michelle meets me at her gym and takes me in as her guest to exercise. She’ll either work out with me showing me what to do, or let me do my own thing. One day she even went in the morning on her own, mid-day with another client, then went that evening with me (she worked out all three times). This is great therapy for me, I am truly inspired by her knowledge, caring, and willingness to help me and others."
Max, McLean, VA (age – 47)
I have used a Daily Money Manager for over 15 years, I am just not good with this sort of thing. When Michelle came on board about 3 years ago, I had over 30 doctors, creditors and other bills to pay each month, it was enough to make our head spin. Then I unexpectantly lost my job. I could have cried. Michelle kept me on track, worked out a plan, and still got more than 1/2 those bills paid off with money to spare for the savings account. She has done a marvelous job.
Mary, Falls Church, VA (age 67)