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5 Personal Finance Tools You Should Be Using
Whether you are the kind of person who lives paycheck to paycheck or you have a diversified investment portfolio, you need to keep track of your finances. If you don’t yet, use this as a kick in the ass to get started now. Some people keep track in a notebook/ledger, others use a spreadsheet or word document on their computer. While all the above methods work, personal finance tools are making monitoring your finances easier and quicker than ever.
“Whether you’ve got an investment portfolio the size of Texas or you’re just trying to keep a balanced checkbook, nothing’s more useful than a well made personal finance application.”
Lifehacker takes a look at the 5 tools to give you a brief synopsis of Mint, Excel, Quicken, Yodlee, and Microsoft Money. Whether you want to create complex budgets on your smartphone or monitor where you are spending your money- there is a tool for you, you just have to find the right one.
More: Five Best Personal Finance Tools via Lifehacker.
Also, check out my recent interview on Mint.com!