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  • 10 Apps that Help Keep your Spending on Track

    Get some help fulfilling your financial goals with these handy applications.
    by Julian Vorpal .
  • Quickbooks (Android)


    Publisher: Intuit

    How much: Free Trial Version (30 days), $12.95 (P525+) for a monthly subscription

    Why it’s good: This is tandem software for both a mobile Android, and either a PC or Mac for handling small business concerns. Quickbooks helps with staying on top of profits, expenses and cash flow while saving time on bookkeeping tasks for invoicing, reporting and filing taxes – at home or on the go. Quickbooks has a lot of customizable features from language to currency and tax schedules, brackets and values. There are ways to scale Quickbooks for your needs, from the average homemaker to the savviest CPA.

    MoneyWise  (Android)



    Publisher: Handy North

    How much: Free

    Why it’s good: MoneyWise makes it possible for you to manage your money – income, expenses and budget - completely from your Android phone without tying you down to a web application, laptop or desktop. Its easy-to-figure-out interface makes it a cinch to modify your budgets at a moment’s notice and handle payment scheduling without reorganizing the rest of your portfolio. Changes automatically update, and the app takes note of it based on previous expense history and personal transactions. The subsequent date can be used by MoneyWise to create graphs and tables that indicate your overall financial status.

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