Do you have difficulty sticking to a budget? Are you living paycheck-to-paycheck? Racking up debt? A budgeting app may be just what you need to get a handle on your finances and see exactly where your money is really going.
There are many to choose from so do some research on the different capabilities that suit your needs. Most apps sync with your bank accounts, bills, investments and/or credit cards. Others offer savings "buckets" with scheduled deposits to help you build a nest egg or emergency fund. A major convenience of utilizing an app is that it's virtual, so you can use it anywhere with an internet connection.
The bottom line is find the method that will put you in control of your finances and stick to it. 1StopDebt is here to help you every step of the way. Here are three budgeting apps with features we like:
As well as the most popular app with more than 25 million users, Mint is also free. It has all the tools you would need including keeping you updated on your credit score.
Created by Quicken, Simplifi allows you to customize watchlists for categories you care about and let's you determine how often you receive notifications. As an added bonus, they also offer a free trial.
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