It’s a new year, a new decade and a new chance to give yourself a fresh financial start. If you’ve been struggling with spending, saving and managing your money, now is the time to make a change and commit to improving your bottom line.
Among the top financial resolutions, paying off debt and saving more money top of the list of goals millions of people want to reach in 2020. These goals are great, but sticking to them can be hard especially when you don’t know where to start or how to make a goal setting plan. Luckily, there are many financial apps and sites that can help you pay off debt, save more money, reduce expenses and track spending.
There are thousands of apps out there and finding one that works the best can be overwhelming. To help you out, I recently chatted with FOX 59 in Indianapolis to break down my favorite financial apps that will help you makeover your money this coming year. Just click on the image above to watch the video.
Here’s a sneak peek at my picks for top financial apps:
- YNAB — for creating a budget.
- SmartPig — for setting saving goals.
- BillCutterz — for lowering monthly bills.
- Honey — for saving on every day purchases.
- Acorns — for investing.
Which financial apps do you use?
Save for the things that matter
Without giving up the things you love
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