Top five money managing apps

Today is the day you should start thinking about how to manage your money. However, it’s hard to know where to start, especially if you don’t have any guidance. We’ve compiled a list of the best apps for this process.

Qapital

Save your money for a rainy day. Instead of trying to remember to save your money from each paycheck, this app does it for you. Set rules that automatically deposit cash into savings without even thinking about it. That way you can save over time without even thinking about it. You can even savie for several different goals. You can then only withdraw or use these funds by using a Qapital debit card. It’s an easier way to keep yourself from accidentally spending your savings.

Mint

Pay attention your expenses. This app links with your bank accounts, loans, credit cards and shows them to you in one simple outline. It’s helpful for organizing how much you’re spending on your life. The app also offers recommendations on how to save money based on your habits. It also offers recommendations for new loan accounts and credit cards tailored to your needs.

Level

Manage everyday spending. This app is similar to Mint, because it tracks your spending. However, this one syncs up with your bank and credit cards to show you exactly what you’re spending your money on. Charts and other visuals will help you understand your money without any complicated pages.

Simple

Pick a bank that works for you. Simple is an online bank that includes several money managing options and tools to help you keep your spending within your means. Since it’s an actual bank you can also check your deposits and manage your bank account directly on the app.

Wealthfront

Invest smarter. This app is an automated investment service that makes strategies for managing your IRA or other long-term retirement plan. This is for people who want to be able see their strategies in the palm of their hand, real time.