Alternative products to Wally

11 alternative and related products to Wally

Wally

Control your money seamlessly

Vault

Automatically save for retirement every time you’re paid

Vault helps you automatically save for retirement whenever you’re paid. We believe that investing is for everyone, regardless of what you make or when.

So whether you’re paid daily, weekly, monthly, or on a contract, our automatic and flexible contribution options let you set the pace that’s comfortable for you.

7 Alternatives to Vault

Saved

Gorgeous simple personal finance.

Saved is a gorgeous simple personal finance app.

Snappymob
Our goal with Saved has always been to design the most simple and accessible personal budgeting user experience possible. That's where weeks upon weeks of our product design effort has gone into with each iteration of Saved.
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Divvy

Divvy automates expense reports for businesses

Divvy is the most secure payment platform for business. Divvy automates the entire expense report process, helps companies eliminate fraud and wasteful spending, and manages online subscriptions.

Skift
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VentureBeat
Just five months after releasing its first product out of beta, Divvy announced today that it has raised a $10.5 million Series A round. The round is being led by Pelion Ventures, with participation of CEOs from two of Utah's tech unicorns - Domo's Josh James, and Pluralsight's Aaron Skonnard.
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Status Money

Compare your finances. Find opportunities.

Status is the first and only PFM website that lets you anonymously compare your finances with millions of people like you! It shows you if you spend more on rent or restaurants than people living near you, if you earn less than people your age, or if you pay higher interest rates than people with similar credit scores.

CNNMoney
But what about your money? It's hard to know where you stand, if you're doing it right, and whether you're getting reliably informed tips. Thanks to a new batch of features on money apps, now you can share and compare your financial life, too.
Forbes
Could seeing what other people in a similar situation are actually doing help you make better choices? The website Status Money shows that for some people, watching what their peers do could have a powerful influence on their own financial decisions.
Investor Junkie
Thanks to social media, we've gotten really used to sharing practically everything. From our favorite music... to an amazing meal we've cooked... to what our cats are up to... Maybe we're oversharing sometimes. But some of us really hold tight to the concept that "Knowledge is power."
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