That's exactly what First Financial Bank is encouraging members to do with their newest technology in personal finance.
"All they have to do is click and it's done", says First Financial Bank CEO, Scott Dueser.
Take a picture of your bill, and your cell phone, which is routed to your bank account does the rest of the work.
While some will always prefer bricks and mortar service, others, like Bob Cluck, are stepping towards a paperless future.
"I would have never guessed that something like this would come along when I used to sit down at my desk to write checks 30 years ago", explains Cluck.
And Cluck says he doesn't buy into the stereotype that technology is only for young people.
"I'd like to think I'm as smart as most teenagers, so I can do it too. And it makes me feel good when I can", Cluck tells us.
The bank believes this new technology is only going to progress.
"I certainly see the future of banking going this direction. It's quick, easy, and something that's with us 24-hours a day, and anywhere they are in the world, they can use it", says Dueser.
Now after tweeting, posting, and texting, members can click, pic and pay.