RENTCafé blog March 27, 2019
Money is always difficult to manage, whether you have a lot or little of it. There are monthly recurring payments, like rent and utilities, transportation, food and countless other purchases we make periodically. If you have roommates some of these expenses are shared, so there is some financial relief. However, this may lead to complicated cost splitting, and saving or losing even the smallest amount of money can make a big difference.
Luckily, there are specially designed finance apps to help you handle your money and valuables wisely, and we’d like to introduce you to some.
The days of managing your personal finances on paper are as good as gone, now that you can use a software like CountAbout. With this app you can import data from platforms like Mint or Quicken and make budgeting easy by accessing your expenses and income graphs. CountAbout memorizes your recurring payments and transactions, and syncs data from your personal accounts. It has an uncluttered, user-friendly interface with custom categories to help you stay organized. If you’re curious to try it out, you can sign-up for a free 15-day trial.
The app is available on both IOS and Android.
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