January, February and March went merrymaking. However, you had a set of financial resolution in the beginning of the year. You might have achieved only one-fourth of that resolution.
Well, people, do not worry you still have nine months to go. Then again, at the end of March, you are going to have a tax return and the amount is quite big. You can save that to perk up your finances by the end of the year.
How you are going to manage that extra money? Therefore, we bring to you a set of tools to manage your money and spend effectively. With the personal finance apps, highlighted below you can take care of the budget from any place.
To have the financial success by the end of the year, check out these nine apps:
Check out the hot deals in your locality just by entering the bar code or taking a snap. ShopSavvy will show the list of online stores and the price to help you save the money.
BillTracker is one of the easiest personal finance apps to view the outstanding and upcoming bills within a glance. The best feature of this app is that, it is a great reminder and includes the archives of the past bills so that you are able to see the full payment history.
PageOnce is a leading personal finance app for paying all the bills and monitoring your account activity. The beauty of this app lies in its simplicity. After linking the accounts, it helps to pack the information into a standard, easy-to-read format facilitated with intuitive navigation paths. Just with a few quick taps, you can pay the bills, view expenditures and the deposits.
If you have to go on trips for the business purpose then you can use this unique finance app. Expensify is a tool to simplify the expense, particularly useful for the companies that deal with them regularly. The users scan the receipts with their phone or import the credit card transactions through the web. The data set by the Expensify is easy to edit and customize.
5. Grocery Gadget
Actually, they are able to digitize the grocery list and add unparalleled versatility to the traditional organization that goes by the shopping trips. You can save the lists across multiple stores and mark the product prices, and even save the recipes. Grocery Gadget is such an app that remembers the order in which you check off grocery items and organizes your list to match the routine shopping route.
6. Key Ring
This app digitizes store loyalty cards and eliminates the need to carry the physical ones. You do not have to go pockets padded with plastic. You do not have to cluster the key rings with the cards. All information of the account is stored in this single mobile device. You can even sign up yourself in the new loyalty programs through Key Ring without staying in the queue.
It helps to digitize the receipt and indicates that you are not going to have sloppy piles or crumpled scraps of paper that are necessary to document the purchases. Just with a snap of your receipt, you can give it a day to process and carry on the transaction. They will enter the archive fully formatted and in the form of easy-to-browse data. You are able to keep track of the receipts with this app.
8. Adaptu Wallet
This app includes features for the financially savvy, just by putting an exclusive spin on the basic budget-and-account-summary. In addition to the broad budgeting charts, Adaptu Wallet also provides the summary of investments like IRA and 401(k). It allows the user to create “Watchlists” that keep the user updated with daily stats, quotes, and stock news.
9. Easy Envelope Budget Aid
EEBA or Easy Envelope Budget Aid is a budgeting app that functions similarly to the budgeting apps. If you share the budget with a family member, EEBA allows you to set spending limits for the combined finances. This reduces overspending on surplus purchases and simplifies the communication mode that too in real-time.
Here you are, packed for the rest nine months to tighten the financial health. Best of luck!
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