The Best Personal Finance Apps for Mastering Your Money

Best personal finance apps for mastering your money, smart phone and laptopThese are the best personal finance apps — financial apps for tracking spending and a whole lot more.

These can help you budget, save for the future, get out of debt, and invest. Taking care of your finances doesn’t have to feel impossible!

Let these apps can save you time and money. Why not spend less time figuring how to make ends meet and more time enjoying life?

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So, here we go with the overview of top finance apps!
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4 Refinancing Strategies to Get You Out of Debt

Wooden houses in front of a painted brick wall with 4 mortgage refinancing strategies to get you out of debt written on itRefinancing a home sounds like a complicated grown up thing, doesn’t it?

But the reality is that if you’ve bought a home with a mortgage, you’re more than capable of refinancing. (You won’t even need to call your mom or dad to help lead you through it.)

But first, what is refinancing a mortgage? Basically, refinancing is paying off your current home loan with a new mortgage loan. (Ideally one that comes with better terms to help you achieve your financial goals.)

Of course, you can do a mortgage refinance for a variety of purposes. But what we’re going to focus on here is getting you out of debt sooner rather than later.
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How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck and Start Making Progress

How to stop living paycheck to paycheck and start making progress with money.Wish you could stop living paycheck to paycheck? You’re not alone. According to the Brookings Papers on Economic Activity about 1/3 of Americans live paycheck to paycheck.

That’s about 38 million folks who would be in trouble if they had to pay an unexpected bill or would be panicked if they lost a job. If you’re one of those folks, you know it sucks. It’s scary to live on the edge, or to not understand why you just can’t seem to get ahead.

I know this because I used to be one of them. But it doesn’t have to stay that way. You can stop living paycheck to paycheck.

Here’s what it takes to change things.
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ADHD and Money: Simple Strategies for Money Management

ADHD and money: tips and strategies for money management when you have ADHDLet’s talk about adult ADHD and money (and of course ADHD and debt too.) If you have ADHD, you’re definitely familiar with the problems associated with trying to deal with a massively detail-oriented, time-sensitive world.

If your significant other has ADHD and you don’t, please understand that it is an actual, real disorder that makes certain every day tasks very difficult.

Everyone forgets things, gets sidetracked, buys and does things on impulse, gets excited and talks a lot, interrupts people, fidgets, runs late, loses track of time, takes longer to finish a project than they imagined, and has trouble paying attention to the things they should be paying attention to every now and then.
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