Where did all of the money go? Gone-zo, right?
Tracking your money stuff. Getting financially ahead this year should be top on your list. That begins with you taking control.
You need some sort of system. An easy way to see what’s going on with your money sitch.
Bring it… right?
That’s why I have created a list of my top 20 personal finance apps. Keep in mind I am not guaranteeing any success with these apps. They should make it easier for you. I’m sure a few might have some glitches. But it’s a good start!
Gives you an up-to-date snapshot of your finances. It’s easy to use.
Guides you through your tax return step by step, does all the calculations, and checks your return for errors and overlooked deductions. It lets you file your return electronically to get your refund faster or prints IRS-approved forms on plain paper.
Manages your bank accounts. It’s quick and simple.
Helps you keep track of your daily expenses and income. A great design and a simple user interface.
Makes easy to track moves in the market with a ticker tape.
Personal budgeting software designed to help you to manage your finances. It is easy to use with its integrated features.
Focuses on the future by forecasting your financial situation. It’s easier than spreadsheets & has multiple languages.
8. MyMoney Free
Monitors incoming and outgoing income. It’s simple and has an autosave feature as you make entries.
Simple Checkbook Register to keep track of your spending.
Powerful application for professional bookkeeping, time-tracking and invoicing. It supports double-entry accounting, multiple currency, and has a simple one window user interface for easy use.
Lets you handle all your debts in one single place. It collates several accounts into one tidy window so that you can see where your money is going every day. Adding new entries is simple and fast and you can setup handy transfer rules which prevent you from worrying about remembering to move money from one account to another.
12. Taxsoft 2013
Helps you manage your taxes. It is easy to use.
13. Ez Budget Lite
Helps you manage envelope budgeting. It’s easy to use and it connects directly with your bank account to download transactions.
14. Market Junkie
Helps you manage your portfolio and keeps you up-to-date with stock prices. It has a great user interface and an integrated stock search feature.
Manages your income and expenses in a simple manner. Fast and easy to use.
16. Stock Lookup
Tracks stocks on your desktop with a clean, simple, easy to use interface.
Allows quick and easy downloading of end of day stock quotes from over 50 exchanges worldwide. The application is multi-threaded to allow for quicker downloads and a more responsive user experience.
Organizes all your online financial accounts into one convenient place. Quick & easy, track multiple accounts in real time.
Allows you to download stock data.
20. mTicker Lite
Monitors stocks for you. Simple, quick and provides real time data.
Make it happen with these! Go get ’em!
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Disclaimer: The apps shown here are ones we have found and like, but we cannot guarantee their performance or that any one of them are appropriate for you. Please review each app and make sure it is suitable for you.
Justin Krane is a financial planner for entrepreneurs. He believes everyone deserves to have an amazing financial life. Click here to get Justin Krane’s free CD, How to Grow Your Business Revenue, and Have Fun Doing It!