Looking for a Free Personal Finance App? Here Are 4

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*Disclosure: One or more of the links below are affiliate links, and I might receive a commission at no cost to you if you sign up.* Personal finance apps range from couponing to budgeting to investing. You use your phone every day, but how many apps do you have related to money?  Time magazine estimates that 60% of cell phone users don’t go longer than an hour without checking their phones. Why...
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My Review: SAVVI Financial

Review Savvi Financial
I had the opportunity to try out SAVVI Financial. At first glance, it seems like another budgeting tool or net worth tracker. It is neither of those. In fact, I was shocked at the final outcome. Here’s my review. About SAVVI Financial SAVVI is a financial planning tool launched in 2018 that uses an algorithm to determine steps you can take to improve your financial health. It gives you a scientific...
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How to Invest Like Warren Buffet

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When Warren Buffet gives you advice on how to invest, you listen. Also known as the Oracle of Omaha, he is one of the most famous investors of the last century. He started investing at age 11, became a millionaire at age 32 and is worth $87.3 billion at age 88. It’s clear he knows what he’s doing, and he’s shared his advice in interviews, shareholders’ meetings, and random...
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How to Save $500 by Labor Day

how to save $500
The Federal Reserve says that 40% of American adults have less than $400 in savings. To change the narrative, I challenge you to save $500 by Labor Day. Two months doesn’t seem like a very long time, but it can be done. I’ve heard that a goal without a plan is just a dream, so I’ve created a savings plan for you. Why You Need to Save $500 The report goes on to say four out of ten...
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Budget Management: How to Pick the Right Budget For You

budget management
It’s not easy to pick the right budget, and it’s not a one-size-fits-all experience. Your circumstances and goals are specific to you, and your budget should be too. With so many options out there, from envelopes to percentages, it can be hard to figure out what’s best for your situation. Generally speaking, a budget will show your income and expenses and the difference between the two....
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