Aaron Porter
Aaron PorterUX Designer at Google.

What are the best budgeting tools?

I'm looking for some tools to manage my personal finances. I'd like to build a monthly budget, save for short term goals, and manage long term investments.
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  1. Kenny Ma
    Kenny MaEntrepreneur and engineering leader. · Written
    Mint's budgeting tool works very well for me.
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  2. Im using money lover and its perfect :)
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    Betterment

    We manage your investments so you don't have to.

    Kunal Bhatia
    Kunal Bhatia51Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
    There are some great automated investment tools (or "robo-advisors") out there like Betterment and Wealthfront. Both are similar in their abilities to let you set-and-forget your investments. You'll get the best of tax-loss harvesting and other investment strategies that make your money work harder for you.
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  4. Chi-Wai Li
    Chi-Wai LiUX and Web Developer · Written
    Simple UI, very easy to use works wonderfully across different devices. More in-depth reporting could be better
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    YNAB (You Need a Budget)

    Gain control of your money

    Cooper Miller
    Cooper MillerHigh School Pastor / Techie · Written
    Absolutely the best way to budget.
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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.