Updated: Mar 26
Get rid of those spreadsheets, journals, and notebooks and make managing your finances exciting using your smartphone.
Tracking your expenses and managing your budgets is an important step in saving money. If you do not keep track of it you are often going to find yourself in a position where you have no idea where all your money has gone. Spreadsheets, journals and notebooks used to be the norm but that is so time-consuming and not to forget extremely boring. Time is money, as they say and with these finance apps on your smartphone managing your finances becomes a lot more simple and help you watch closely over your expenses. These apps are absolutely free to download from the App Store or Google Play. Here is the list - 1. Expense Manager. The best app out there, it helps you manage your daily, weekly, monthly and yearly budgets apart from tracking your expenses and incomes. Best of all, it helps you back up your data over your SD card, google drive or Dropbox and you can sync your data across different devices via Dropbox. Make sure to regularly back up your database.
They also present data in the form of CSV, Excel or PDF reports, take pictures of receipts, create alerts for payments, and make use of tools within the app such as currency converter, calculator, notes and shopping lists.
Download the app from the App Store or the Google Play Store. 2. Monefy. A free app with some features requiring a subscription fee, but you can perfectly make do with the free version. Track your expenses and incomes across different categories. It supports multi-currencies and backs up your data over Google Drive or Dropbox and syncs your data across different devices. You can also import data using CSV or Excel Sheets. It has a built-in calculator and is available in several other languages too.
Download the app from the App Store or Google Play. 3. Wallet. A very useful personal finance planner that lets you track incomes and expenses, supported by multiple currencies. You can also upload your loyalty and reward cards. Wallet lets you sync with your bank account and is automatically updated with all your bank transactions. It also creates insightful reports with easy to understand graphs.
Supports syncing across different devices with back up to Google Drive, Dropbox. It also has an import/export feature where you can import from or export to CSV or Excel Files. Download the app from the App Store or Google Play. Each of these three apps are amazing and you can go ahead with the one that appeals to you the most. Related - Implement the 30 day rule to control your Spending Habits! The 50/30/20 rule when it comes to Budgeting! 7 types of budgeting for your personal finances! How to create an emergency fund!
The Ultimate Guide To Getting Your Finances Back On Track is a book that aims to help the user in being smarter about their finances. This guide contains seven sections - Financial Goals, Expenses, Savings, Income, Loans & Debts, Budgeting, and Investments. Each of these sections explains everything you need to know about Personal Finance in simple terms. By the end of this book, you will have learned the fundamental principles that will help you in maximizing your income, decreasing your expenses and increasing your savings that will overall kickstart your process of truly building wealth.
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