Counting your pennies this early in the year? Don’t fret, we’ve got a list of the best apps that will help you get your finances back in order.
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1. Digit takes the weight of budgeting off your shoulders. It takes into account your income streams and expenditures, before putting it aside automatically in a separate account, which comes with a one percent savings bonus every three months!
2. Honey automatically finds coupon codes for you when you’re shopping online. It’s available as a browser extension across all platforms, so you don’t have to go through the hassle of looking for those discounts by yourself.
3. Clarity Money helps you cut down on unneeded subscriptions and also looks for better deals for those that you need to keep without being prompted.
4. Viggle is a way for you to get rewarded with gift cards by checking in when you’re sitting down on your couch watching television. You can earn extra by answering questions related to the shows you’re watching – talk about trivia night!
5. Mint helps you to pay your bills on time by helping you budget in advance so that you can avoid penalties. It also allocates a portion of your income for savings, emergency funds, and retirement.
6. Squirrel helps you to save money by gradually releasing money into your main current account so that you don’t feel the urge to overspend everything all at once when your salary comes in. Only available in the UK for now, though.
7. HoneyFi helps you eliminate financial arguments with your significant other by helping the both of you make the most of your money. It organizes your combined finances and tracks it to minimize misunderstandings about expenditure.
8. Pennies is a simple budget app that creates a budget for you and tracks your spending. The best part about this app is that is hows you how exceeding your budget today will affect your upcoming spending, making you think before you swipe that card.
9. MySupermarket tracks prices in superstores so that you can be sure that you’re getting the best bang for your buck while out doing your groceries.
10. Trim uses machine learning to figure out exactly where all your money is going to waste, before providing you with options for more affordable subscriptions and service providers.
11. You Need a Budget teaches you how to prioritize your expenses, set aside income for savings and emergencies, as well as to cut down on unnecessary expenses.
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