Are you tired of being broke? Are you tired of missing out on get-togethers at your favorite restaurant or bar because you don't have the funds? Here are five popular budgeting apps* that will help you get back on track and in control of your personal finances:
- Mint Budgeting App: Arguably one of the most complete budgeting apps available, Mint connects with your bank to help you create the best budget possible without breaking the bank. You receive alerts when unusual activity happens and you also receive tips to help you stay on top of your finances.
- You Need a Budget: This app promises that you will gain total control of your money and stop living paycheck to paycheck. You Need a Budget is free for 34 days then can be accessed at a rate of $50 per year or $5 per month. Its detailed approach helps you stay organized.
- Albert: Have you had artificial intelligence save you time and money? Albert can help you know when you're doing things such as spending too much on insurance and high-interest rates on cards.
- Wally: A free app for both iPhone and Android, Wally is aesthetically pleasing while help you stay focused and disciplined with your budget. You can either save expenses with a photo of your receipt or manual entry. With the help of Wally, you can experience seamless, intuitive money management in order to manage your personal finances. It's currently only available for iPhone.
- Mvelopes: Like the previous apps mentioned, Mvelopes is also a budgeting app designed to help you take control of your finances. You can do everything from plan a budget to pay your bills with the help of Mvelopes.
Increasing your ability to manage your finances and your knowledge of money management will you help you have greater confidence and do better on a daily basis. Have you used any of these apps? If so, share with us in the comments below!
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*This blog post was not sponsored or endorsed by Mint Budgeting App, You Need a Budget, Albert, Wally, Mvelopes