The U.S. Postal Service is planning to end Saturday mail deliveries as early as August in an attempt to cut costs. While the agency will continue to deliver packages six days a week, cutting Saturday mail deliveries will save the USPS $2 billion a year.

What does this mean for you? As the USPS continues to look for new ways to alleviate financial strain — including scaling back on regular deliveries and closing local post offices — consumers may want to start looking for alternative methods to receiving their most important transactional mail, such as bills and statements.

One way to do this is to use a service like Manilla.com, which is completely free and allows consumers to automatically receive all of their bills and statements electronically. Manilla, which is available on both desktop and mobile devices, allows consumers to manage all of their bills and accounts in one place.

With a single password, Manilla customers get unlimited online document storage forever, for free, and they can view, download, and print their bills and statements whenever they want. Manilla also provides automatic text and email bill pay reminders so customers never miss a bill payment and never pay a late fee.

To learn more about how Manilla can help you continue to get your important documents in the wake of the latest USPS cuts, visit Manilla.com.