Best Apps for Personal Finance

 

Financial burdens are something everyone carries with them. Our personal financial standings are at the core of our lives. Maintaining a healthy portfolio and bank account deems challenging for many. Fortunately, technology has made its way into our lives and has helped improve many aspects of it. There are countless online tools and apps that support our everyday needs, finances being one of them. Here are some of the best apps to help with your personal finance needs.

 

Your Bank’s App

 

Most financial institutions have an app of their own. Through these technologies, customers are often able to track their accounts with ease. For banks such as PNC and Wells Fargo, users have the option to make transfers, deposit checks, and pay bills with a few touches. These banking apps give you the freedom to neglect going into a branch everytime you need something done.

 

Mint

 

Managing money, for most people becomes a chore. For those with various accounts and credit cards, it becomes challenging to stay afloat with each one. With Mint, users are provided an all-in-one tool for maintaining your financial obligations. Through the app, one can create a budget, track spending, pay bills, and view your account status. With all of these tools in one place, users have great success when it comes to managing finances in a smart manner.

 

Pocket Guard

 

While it doesn’t come with the same bells and whistles of Mint, Pocket Guard provided a user-friendly and simple way of formulating a budget. This app, gets back to basis and gives users a simple “snapshot” of how much they can spend at a given time. Pocket Guard analyzes the numbers to show spenders just how much is left once bills are paid. There are means for specifying spending categories but at the end of the day, Pocket Guard is a simplistic as financial apps get!

 

Albert

 

Don’t have the funds for a financial advisor? Meet, Albert. This multifaceted app acts as somewhat of a financial advisor to its user. Albert monitors all accounts, while providing up-front recommendations to help improve your financial health. A budget is automatically created based on your previous spending, bills, and income. If you’re looking for someone to do it for you, leave it to Albert.

 

This post was originally published on Etienne Kiss-Borlase’s Finance Blog. For more info about Etienne, please visit his homepage.

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Best Apps for Personal Finance

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