8 Apps to Help Manage Your Finances

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Technology is great. It helps you stay in touch and gives you access to calendars, to-do lists, social media, and apps that help keep your life on track. You can now take that organization to the next level by taking advantage of apps that will help you keep track of your finances.

From apps that help you save to ones dedicated to helping track your money, here’s a list of the best apps guaranteed to help get your finances in order.

1. Mint Quickview

Daily Finance writes that this free app shows you how much you’re spending, broken down by categories. It monitors all of your transactions, so when you sign in you get the low-down on where you’ve spent money over the past week. It also has budget tools to help you stay on track, and lets you adjust your budgets as needed.

2. Expensify

“Tallying up business expenses can be tricky and tedious. Expensify simplifies this often frustrating, time-sucking process by creating organized expense reports for you for free. The sleek, graph-loaded app lets you manage business travel plans, complete with real-time flight status updates, automatically track mileage via GPS and even log and bill time worked to clients,” according to Entrepreneur.

This handy app also eliminates any need to hang on to paper receipts – its SmartScan feature lets you store and categorize your receipts by snapping photos with your smartphone or tablet. Make sure to check out its SmartReports, which auto-fills Excel spreadsheets. This app is available for Android, Blackberry, iPhone, iPad and Windows Phones.

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