Spending money is a lot easier than keeping track of that spending. Juggling credit and debit cards, cash, and various accounts can make for a confusing mess when you try to assess what you bought at the end of a month.
If you’ve got even a little bit of money sitting around, there’s no reason just to let it sit. Investing is one of the best ways to make your dollars work. But investing is time-consuming and intimidating, not to mention risky. So instead of jumping in without a plan, you can use this app to make smart investment choices straight out the gate — and right from your phone.
Plenty of us know the anxiety that comes with checking the bank account. Wages, taxes, markets and other factors make saving money a constant challenge. So any chance to get greater financial perspective and control is one you should seize.
LendingRobot today launched a pretty important mobile app for peer lenders. It’s LendingRobot Dashboard, and it lets these lenders monitor all their portfolios across three separate services: LendingClub, Prosper and Funding Circle. It’s the only mobile app available that allows investors to connect from across multiple marketplaces and see their portfolios at a glance.
There are lots of finance apps available for iPhone these days. Some of them make tasks that used to be painfully irritating easier than ever — like monitoring your credit report and viewing your credit scores. Even better, if you have the right combination of finance apps, you can regularly monitor all three of your credit scores for free, right from your iPhone. Here’s how!
No big pitch here, let’s just talk money. I’m lucky that I married someone with a head for managing money. Me, yeah, not so much. For me the barrier has always been finding the right tool to help me manage, track, and understand where I spend money (How much at the LEGO store?!?). Looking at today’s deal—Koku—I think I might have an app to check out. Easy, intuitive financial management. Nice.
Also don’t forget about the other deals on right now:
Raise your hand if you really like managing your home/personal finances. I’m betting the few of you who did raise their hands are either in the financial industry or just dig numbers. The rest of us? Well we all hate trying to track budgets, spending, the “can I afford a new 32GB iPad now…” questions, and keeping work/tax expenses straight. I think I might have the solution for you.