8 Apps to Help Manage Your Finances
According to Entrepreneur, SmartyPig is designed with one thing in mind — to help you save money. You have to open a free, FDIC-insured SmartyPig savings account, though. Both the account and app are free, and it lets you save for things such as a house, car, or vacation. This app, available for Android, iPhone, and iPad, will ask you to link up an existing bank account or credit union savings or checking account to transfer funds to your SmartyPig savings goals when you want to.
Free on Android and iOS, customers who use this app save an average of $350 per month, Brass writes. “The idea is simple: SavedPlus siphons off a small percentage of every purchase, depositing it into a savings or retirement account.” You then set up individual savings goals and watch your money continue to add up every time you swipe your card.
Consider this your financial organizer. It lets you manage all of your accounts in one place. It even has the capability to make custom accounts for your rent or cleaning services, Daily Finance says. Need monthly bill reminders? What about an app to monitor your travel reward points? This app has you covered, leaving you fully aware of how much money you have, what you owe, and what needs to go toward upcoming expenses.