4 Money Saving Apps You Should Know About

4 Money Saving Apps You Should Know About

Whether you are looking for help building a budget, or simply searching for ways to save, these money saving apps are a great start.

Mint
This money-saving app is ideal for tracking your spending and getting smart about your money. You can connect each of your accounts, including credit cards and monthly bills, which means anything related to your finances can be found one convenient place.

YNAB
You Need A Budget, or YNAB for short, is the perfect app to help you create a budget. The goal of the platform is to teach you how to prioritize your spending, save money for retirement and emergencies, and live within your means.  They even offer online classes with a live instructor for Q&A to help you learn budgeting basics.

Trim
Like Mint, Trim is designed to let you link each of your accounts securely. It analyzes your transactions and uses the information to suggest areas to cut back. It also provides you with more affordable options to your current service providers and can cancel subscriptions at the click of a button

Venmo
Splitting the bill can be tricky business when out with friends. Using Venmo makes the process easier. Add a family member or friend to your account and they can easily send money to you and vice versa. The app allows users to share and like payments and purchases through a social feed like Twitter or Facebook. 

Honey
Working as a browser extension on all devices, Honey is always searching for applicable coupon codes. The savings will appear as you go to check out online and savings are automatically applied so you don’t have to lift a finger.

Changing your mindset about money can be a valuable tool in your journey to retirement. These apps could help you grow your nest egg and take you one step closer to your financial goals.

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