7 Extremely Helpful Apps For Organizing Your Finances

Whether you want to invest, or simply get your finances in order, it can be really beneficial to have an app that will help you to keep things organized. The trouble is, with so many apps available, it can be tough to know which ones are the best. Here are some of our top picks:
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Whether you want to invest, or simply get your finances in order, it can be really beneficial to have an app that will help you to keep things organized. The trouble is, with so many apps available, it can be tough to know which ones are the best. Here are some of our top picks:

1. Quicken

This personal finance management tool is easy to use, and you can link all of your accounts. Track spending habits, set up a budget, save receipts, get reminders to pay bills, and a whole lot more. Setup is simple, and it is only necessary to link accounts once. This is one of the best and most-complete tools for personal finance management.

2. com

This is a free, web-based app that is heavily focused on helping users with budgeting. You can track your spending habits from month to month, set budgets for all of the things you spend money on, and more. You will be alerted if you spend too much in any particular month, so you are always able to stay on track with your budget. There are goal-setting capabilities, summaries of weekly spending, and you can download your transactions.

3. QuantShare

This desktop app lets you monitor and analyze the market so you can have the best results with your trading. Some of the many things you can do include displaying charts, creating watch lists, adding indicators, creating and back testing trading strategies, creating portfolios, and more. This app is great for traders of all levels in both US and International markets.

4. Check

Link your accounts, get payment reminders, check account balances, investments, and more, and do it all on a single screen. You will also get offers for credit cards and other financial tools you may like. If you are looking for an app that gives you a quick snapshot of your financial info, check out Check.

5. Budget Pulse

This free app is great for those who want to manage their finances, but don’t want to enter their banking information. If you are worried about the security of your personal and financial information, this is a good app to use because it is as secure as any financial app can be. In fact, it is so secure that you don’t even have to enter any of your banking information for tracking purposes, and youc an manually enter your banking data from other files. You can set up budgets and set savings goals, and it will even post your goals on social networking sites if you want others to know (they may even want to help, and can do so through PayPal).

6. BudgetTracker

This app helps you to track all of your financial transactions, and you don’t have to link to your bank account log-in information to do it. One of the coolest features is that you can customize applications by choosing what is displayed, and how it is displayed. Tracking results appear on your calendar, as well as in graphs. Other users have created applications that you can also use. Some of the features you will want to check out include forecasting outcomes, scheduling pays, and much more.

7. Personal Capital

This is a great app for retirement planning, as well as investments. You can sync all of your bank accounts, credit cards, investments, and more, and there is awesome security. One thing that is not offered is a budgeting feature, so you may need to use another app if you are looking for that feature. But, if you are looking for a great personal finance tool, this is it. TC mark

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