More than half of consumers who use smartphones to make payments said they would increase their use of the service if there were more financial incentives and mobile-based financial-management tools available, according to a survey of 4,000 smartphone users in the United States and Canada by Accenture.

Of those currently using smartphones to make payments, 60 percent said they would increase their usage if they could track receipts, manage personal finances (56 percent), or show proof of insurance (56 percent) or a valid driver’s license (54 percent).

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