These Tools Will help You Get Better At Managing Your Money

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There’s no shame in needing a little help to manage your money. But if you’re like me and you don’t have enough money to even know where to find an account manager, there are some digital tools that can help instead.

Dollar Bird For Expense Tracking

Dollar Bird is an expense tracker like nothing you’ve ever seen before. Every single day, the app sends you a notification asking what you spent money on that day. This saves you from having to remember to track your expenses, and if you do it long enough you learn where your money really goes. Dollar Bird has a ton of other impressive features, if you want to try it out. It’s free on both Android and iOS.

Money Manager For Budgeting

Money Manager – Expense Tracker & Budget Planner

Money Manager is an app that brings simplicity to drawing up a budget. You open the app and you’ll find some colorful icons for all your different types of spending. It makes it quite easy to map out where your allowance is going even before you get it.

This Detailed Budget Template

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For those who are a little more hardcore about their finance management, here is a handy tool created by a professional investment expert. It’s basically an Excel template that will elevate your personal finances to the next level.

Don’t Keep All Your Money In Once Place

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For our last entry on this list, it’s not so much a tool as it is an essential piece of advice when it comes to money management. You should have a different account for saving with limited access, or you can get a MasterCard from your bank and buy some foreign currency. It’s just a good idea to not have immediate access to the money that you’re trying to save, on a whim.



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