Managing your money and budgeting can be a daunting task, even if you’re a spreadsheet ninja. Corralling accounts, watching your money move, and keeping track of everything can be tough, but there are personal finance tools that make the job much easier. Here are some of the best personal finance tools, perfect for keeping track of your finances.
Earlier in the week, we asked you which personal finance tools you thought were the best, easiest, and most feature-rich when it comes to managing multiple accounts, helping you stick to your budget, and giving you a clear picture of your financial health. You offered up way more than we have room to feature here, but here are the five that stood out above the rest.
Ah, Mint. Mint is free, web-based, and was one of the first free, web-based personal finance tools to plug