Are you looking to find a way to make taking care of your finances easier? If so, you need to take a look at our top apps that help you manage your personal finances and take care of your net worth. The days of have to use a checkbook are gone. Now it’s simple to track your finances anytime and anywhere, and here are the five apps that are going to make it super easy for you.
Check out these top 5 apps, they’re the best out there right now and we love them!
This app is fantastic for tracking your net worth. I love Personal Capital. Being able to use their simple website and app to track your net worth is brilliant.
One of the other reasons I love Personal capital is because it motivates me. You can see your net worth going up and down, making the corrections needed as you go. If you find that you are spending too much, you can reduce it and see that your net worth will improve the following month.
You Need A Budget
YNAB has really worked for me, and I have become a massive fan of this great budgeting app. It’s so easy to use, even my my mum can use it (sorry mum). It’s really effective to help you keep a track of how well you are keeping to your budget.
This allows for peer-to-peer payments. My family and I use Square Cash constantly, if we owe each other money then this is the app we use. It lets you send money or receive money from people. You need is their phone number and your credit card.
We have seen an increase in cyber crime and identity theft, so that means keeping an eye on your credit report is of the utmost importance. You can of course get your hands on a credit report once a year from one of the credit bureaus, but I like being able to get hold of my report whenever I need it – Credit Karma allows me to do exactly that!
Your Bank’s App
This seems pretty obvious, but you would be surprised how many people do not have their bank’s app on their phone. Nearly every bank out there has a mobile app for us to be able to do online banking. Being able to check your balance, pay bills and also do instant deposits is great for saving time. You don’t have to go to the bank now to keep an eye on your balance, investments or transactions.
I think we all need to be using apps to manage personal finance these days, it makes everything much simpler for us. You can track your net worth and budgets wherever you are.
I would love to hear about the apps you use to manage your personal finance and track your net worth. Which work best for you and which didn’t? Put your experiences in the comment section below guys.