Finance Apps

This week, April 21-28, is Money Smart Week and it is a great time to give your financial skills a boost with one of these helpful free apps.

mint

Mint (available on iOS and Android) is a great app for overall money management of your spending, bills, and account balances.


dollarbird

Dollarbird (available on iOS and Android) is great if you prefer to plot your finances out on a calendar.


goodbudget

 Good Budget (available on iOS and Android) is useful if you like to budget using the envelope method.


clarity

Clarity Money (available on iOS and Android) is also an excellent budgeting app choice.


acorns

Acorns (available on iOS and Android) lets you invest small amounts on an ongoing basis if you want a simple way to begin investing.


digit

Digit (available on iOS and Android) will help you save by monitoring your accounts to see what “extra” money is usually there and not being spent and transfer it to a savings account.


splitwise

Splitwise (available on iOS and Android) lets you divvy up costs between friends, family, or roommates overtime so you can reimburse them in larger chunks.


bstow

Bstow (available on iOS and Android) helps you help others by rounding up your purchase amounts and donating the change to a charity of your choice.


If these aren’t enough or you’d rather up your financial IQ before downloading try this free Smart About Money course.

 

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