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Top 5 Free Budgeting Apps for 2014 (and a Few from 2013 Too)
Looking for ways to help keep your budget in check? No problem. We scoured the Internet to help bring you our top five free budgeting apps! Take a look at our top five picks below.
Just how fresh is this app? Mint(y) fresh! The Mint app both organizes and categorizes your spending—making it even easier to keep track of your budget. Better still, this app lets you see where every single cent goes.
2. Level Money
The Level Money app helps you retake control of your finances by providing an all-encompassing picture of just how much you’re spending every day, as well as how much you’re saving. It helps you get a bird’s-eye-view perspective of your spending habits, therefore helping you create the perfect budget.
3. You Need a Budget
Yes, you do! And with this free app, you’ll have no problem sticking to it! In addition to providing an a great, versatile budgeting app, YNAB all also offers free live classes to help you make the most of your newfound budget.
The Check app makes it easier to stay one step ahead of your monthly bills by helping monitor both your bank accounts and credit cards. The app also makes sure every bill you have is in the same place, making it easier for you to keep tabs on your various accounts.
One of the best parts about the Wally app is its ability to help you set goals that, with the help of this app, are 100 percent obtainable. Wally’s user-friendly design lets you plan, chart, and take note of exactly what you’re spending, and where you’re spending it—therefore helping you to plan a better budget.
Making a budget takes time. Sticking to a budget takes a commitment.
Check out these apps and let us know your favorite in the comments section below!
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