The Best In Free Personal Finance Tools
I know that here we talk a lot about making money online and home businesses, but if you ever really plan on making it while working from home, you’ll need to have your personal finances in order.
Doing things like keeping a a budget and watching your credit score can make the difference. Luckily for us there are plenty of free personal finance tools out there.
Always at the top of my list is Mint.
Mint allows you to link all of your bank accounts, credit cards, assets, and other debts in one place. You can also set up budgets and goals to help you be more effective in managing your money.
They also have an app for your phone that allows you to keep track of your finances on the go.
Credit Karma gives you an absolutely free credit score.
It gives you a number score as well as show’s you where you stand against other users. It also breaks down and grades each part of your score separately so you know where you need improvement.
Not really much more that needs to be said after that other than that it’s a great tool that doesn’t cost a dime to use.
Credit Karma also has an app to keep you updated wherever you are.
Check (Formerly PageOnce)
Check is an awesome tool that puts all of your bills in one place.
It notifies you of bills and their due dates while also allowing you to pay them from the app.
Even if you are on top of your bills, Check still let’s you know exact amounts that are due almost as soon as they become available.
Check also has a mobile app.
DoughHound is a tool that lets you create budgets for just about anything.
While Mint let’s you do this as well, DoughHound is a little more simple and doesn’t ask for any information about your accounts.
ReadyForZero is a tool with the sole purpose of eliminating debt.
It allows you to link all of your credit and debt accounts together and puts together a personalized plan to pay off your debt.
Like most of the tools listed here it also has an app.
Do you have any free personal finance tools that you use that you can share?