Seven Apps That Can Make You Save More Money

By siliconindia   |   Monday, March 30, 2015
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BENGALURU: Money management is a daunting task. ‘Good money management can lead to a happy and prosperous life’. Generally, it is easy to think of saving money for future but difficult to put it into action.Financial Apps

With the exponentially increasing market rates for consumer products, many cannot make out to save their money and end up with financial problems. This is because they find it difficult to keep track of their expenditures.

But thanks to Business Insider for bringing up new apps, which have been evolved due to the technological advancements in the past few years. Here are such apps which would surely help the people who have done all the efforts to manage their finances through traditional efforts:

1. Mint: You might have come across a situation when you wonder where all you money went. Either you might have not been able to recall your expenses or you might have failed to figure out where you spent app

For such situations mint is a perfect app which also helps you for on- the- spot budgeting decision making. Mint is a budgeting app and is the most widely used personal finance app for Smartphones and iPhones. This is a free to use application syncs with the account.

It offers real time access to all the financial information of the client in one place. This app provides a facility to keep track of all your expenses and even alerts you to pay bills on time.

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