There is a lot to keep track of these days: work, your family’s schedules, friends and your finances. With so much going on, sometimes taking care of bills and expenses might not get the attention they need. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be that way. There are plenty of apps out there that can help you save money and keep track of your finances. Here are a few must-haves.
Keeping an eye on your finances doesn’t have to be difficult. Mint is a free, simple to use app that allows you to keep everything organized by having your bank accounts, credit cards and bills all in one place. To make it even better, you can create a budget and get personalized advice on how to make the most of your money. And you can check your credit score while you’re at it.
Don’t forget about this popular app! Groupon helps you find deals on everything from restaurants, spas and even vacations. Buy discounted offers of things that you do or use regularly to save some cash. Groupons also make for great gifts. With deals changing frequently, there are always special deals to discover.
Take savings wherever you go with the Coupons app. This nifty app helps you save money on the major brands you love at popular retailers. Collect electronic coupons for everyday essentials like toilet paper, cleaning supplies, food and more.
Wouldn’t it be nice to get paid for shopping? Well, now you can. Use the free app Ibotta to get rebates and cash back from shopping at your favorite stores. The app partners with big brands like Amazon, Boxed and eBay to reward you just for getting the things you need. Your cash back get be transferred through PayPal, Venmo or gift cards for whatever is most convenient for you.
Take the hassle out of searching for deals and grocery shopping with the free app Flipp. Browse the weekly digital local circulars to spot the best deals on essentials from retailers such as Walmart, Kroger and Target. You can also create your shopping list and Flipp looks to find discounts on your items.
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