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Personal Finance Software Reviews
Want to keep track of your finances or create a budget for yourself? Need to keep track of your investments? Or perhaps you need help paying off your debts? One of these personal finance apps is the answer. While Personal Capital is what we recommend, there are other apps that might best suit your needs. Read our in-depth reviews to figure out which is best for you.
The following are programs we've checked out and can recommend, but be sure to read the full reviews to find out the good, the bad, and the ugly. Check out our other articles to help you decide which personal finance app is right for you.
Why I’ve Switched From Using Quicken to Personal Capital
To put it simply, Quicken stinks! I’ve been a longtime user of Intuit’s Quicken, as I’ve mentioned in my Quicken reviews over the years. In fact, I’ve been using Quicken […]
Automatic Bill Payments – A Gift From the Financial Gods
It seems like everyone has an endless to-do list. It’s stressful trying to remember everything on your plate. This is why I’m a huge fan of automating things. One thing […]
Getting a Divorce? You’ll Need This Financial Checklist
It seems not a day goes by that the headlines don’t contain a sensational story about some celebrity couple going through a divorce. But even if your names aren’t Angelina […]
What Is Zero-Based Budgeting? And Why Don’t I Use It?
If you’ve ever paid attention to money guru Dave Ramsey, you’ve probably heard him talk about zero-based budgeting. It’s his favorite method for taking control of personal finances, and it’s […]
5 Steps to Creating a Successful Financial Plan
You probably know that one of the most important things you can do to build wealth is to invest. Investing can help you take advantage of compounding returns and grow […]
How Much Do I Need to Save per Month?
I was born in 1988 and don’t have a stable financial future. My grandparents saved and were frugal but had pension funds to rely on (which are now just a […]
50/30/20 Budgeting Didn’t Work for Me. Do This Instead.
When I was 26 I got a financial wake-up call. I was underemployed, making $900 a month and carrying student loan debt. I’d graduated college three years earlier with $25,302 […]