Need a better way to track your spending? Or maybe you could use friendly reminders about upcoming due dates? We’ve got you. Keep reading for three free money management apps that do all of that and more.
Mint is one of the most popular and widely-used money apps out there – and for good reason. You can connect all of your financial accounts (checking, savings, credit, and more) to your Mint account. From there, Mint gives you a thorough overview of your spending, by category. It’ll also help you to create and track budgets, stay on top of bill due dates, and send you alerts when you’re close to a spending limit.
With this app, you’ll feel safer knowing that it’s always running in the background to protect you from fraudulent activity and unauthorized charges, monitor your credit, and alert you to any data breaches at the places where you shop. Once you’ve synced up all of your accounts with BillGuard, it’ll track every transaction on your accounts. Then, just swipe right to approve the transaction or swipe left to reject it. You can also dispute any rejected transactions with the merchant quickly and easily.
If you own a business or are a freelancer or contractor, Expensify takes the headache out of expense reports. With this app, you can take a picture of all of your receipts and enter them into an expense report, organized by merchant and date. You are also given the option to add in hourly earnings and to create categories to make organizing similar expenses a breeze. For those who need to travel often for work, the Track Distance feature also lets you track mileage-related costs.
What tools do you use to stay on top of your money? Tell us in the comments.
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