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9 Personal Finance Apps That Make Your Life Easier

Sometimes keeping up with your expenses can feel like a real chore. Balancing your checkbook, sending off payments, and making sure enough money stays in your account can be daunting, so why not make it easier on yourself?

Here are some of the top 9 finance apps that will help you stay on top of your finances.

1. WalletHub

Credit score improvement is the ticket to more savings and less stress. With WalletHub you can track your progress toward top financial fitness with 24/7 credit monitoring and daily updates.

iOS app | Google Play store

2. Mint

The Mint app offers a real-time look at all of your finances, from bank accounts, to credit cards, loans, and other financial accounts. It tracks spending, categorizes your finances, and alerts you when you’re approaching your budget limit. It can also offer custom saving tips.

iOS app | Google Play store

3. Acorns

Acorns helps by investing your pocket change in low cost EFT, or exchange-traded funds. Connect your checking and credit card accounts and when you make purchases, the price is rounded to the nearest dollar, and the difference between the rounded cost and the total cost is invested.

iOS app | Google Play store

4. Digit

Your income and saving patterns are scanned, and then small amounts of cash are moved to a savings account managed by Digit. You can withdraw money from this savings account, but be aware that it collects no interest.

iOS app | Google Play store

5. Credit Karma

Not only does Credit Karma offer free credit scores and reports, but it also monitors your spending habits when linked to your credit card and bank accounts. Then, recommendations for better credit cards or loan offers are shown that improve your finances.

iOS app | Google Play store

6. Goodbudget

Goodbudget creates envelopes for categories and predetermines how much money should be put into each category. It’s not a sophisticated app but it does what it needs to.

iOS app | Google Play store

7. Wally Next

Wally Next is an expense-tracking app that can see daily, weekly, and monthly spending habits and divides your expenses into separate categories. It can also conveniently scan receipts for you.

iOS app | Google Play store

8. PocketGuard

PocketGuard connects to your bank account and always has access to current transactions and balances. This app also analyzes your spending habits to know recurring payments to plan for and tracks your cash flow.

iOS app | Google Play store

9. You Need A Budget

The You Need A Budget app makes sure that every dollar is spent wisely, plans for infrequent expenses, and can also come up with a quick plan for when you overspend. A neat feature included is classes offered that you can watch online to get familiar with the app for free.

iOS app | Google Play store

As you now know, there are plenty of ways to ease the burden of checking up on your accounts. I hope at least one of these apps are able to help you out on your way to conquering your finances!

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Edwin is the money hacking millennial behind Cash The Checks. He lives a minimalist lifestyle and is always eager to learn and share his methods to save and make money.

  • James S says:

    when it is about saving money o tracking my expenses, Mint is my absolute favorite. I have heard of Acorn and other apps, but there are at least 3 new names in there for me. Bookmarking now so that I can come back to it later and check out. Thanks for compiling this, Edwin. Cheers.

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