Chris Moore
Chris MooreProduct Builder

What are the best personal finance management apps?

Looking for a PFM app that aggregates all accounts, uses predictive analysis on spending levels, helps with budgeting and an easy way to help save/invest with whatever's left over from that months salary. Thanks!
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4 recommended
  1. Tracks spending across all your accounts. Clean, quick and easy.
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  2. Importing expenses from your bank does most of the work for you. They'll sort transactions into Schedule C categories for you automatically. All you have to do is confirm. Automatically separate your work expenses from personal.
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    YNAB (You Need a Budget)

    Gain control of your money

    Sarah Shea
    Sarah SheaBig data, tech, biohacking, and batman. · Written
    The system is part of the strength here. Focus on budgeting what you actually have and managing future expenses. Syncs with all accounts.
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    • I paid the annual subscription, read the book, watched the videos and tried to make it work. In the end it wasn't making my life easier. My main gripe was the lack of multi currency support. The fact that their import flow is a pain in the ass, led me to switch back to spreadsheets.

    • Jan Beco
      Jan BecoSales & Marketing

      Loving it. Recommended it to dozens of people already. Helped us to get rid of a ton of debt. Check it out.

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    Penny 2.0

    Your friendly personal finance coach

    AI based PFM tool, that reviews your accounts and presents spending trends, categories in a chat bot based approach. You can also ask questions like "How's April going" "Breakdown my spend by category" etc..
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