Personal finances can get complicated to a non-professional. It is also hard to keep up with all of the numbers on paper where they can be lost or on notes where they’ll easily be disorganized.
So here we brought to you a list of useful apps which we think will help you in those processes:
Mint is a great budgeting app with an easy to use interface. As it will help you bring all your financial matters to one place.
It’s also very helpful as it provides you with check-ups on your credit score for free and gives you tips to improve it as well.
Wally is a very convenient, clean & streamlined app, and it’s free!
One of its special features is that it allows you to take a photo of your receipts, as well as track your day to day spending.
While it does feel more of a wealth management platform, rather than a budgeting app, it gives you the option to view all your personal finances in one location.
What’s so great about this app in particular, is that it teaches you a lot about your spending habits. It also helps you in your journey to “get your money into shape”.
Clarity Money is sleek, smart, and offers features that no other app offers. Such as managing all of your subscriptions and giving you the option of canceling subscriptions at the press of a button.
Do you agree with our list? Let us know if you tried any of those apps and which one do you find most suitable for YOUR money management needs.