Here is Your Guide to the Best Personal Finance Software

When choosing a personal finance tool, you must consider your goals at hand and what you need the software to do for you. Also, consider how sophisticated you wish the software to be in terms of operation. 

For example, if you wish to have an app that can track your income and expenses, find one that does precisely that, and if you are looking for one to help with budgeting, then find that as well. 

Quicken

It is simply a jack of all trades. It features excel exporting, manipulations, and performance of calculations on your financial data. One of its more advanced features is bill paying. 

Personal Capital

Personal Capital allows you to manage your finances using a single platform. You can add your mortgage payments, bank accounts, and other credit accounts to the platform. It also includes investment accounts, if you have any. 

Mint

This is another popular expense tracking and budgeting tool. It allows you to pull your bank and credit card information onto the tool so you can critically analyze your spending. It helps you pinpoint the areas you need to cut back and where you need to improve your finances. 

TurboTax

This is the TAXATION app. You will probably not need it throughout the rest of the year, but it will come in handy when tax time comes around. It is, however, one of the most expensive taxation tools in the market today, but it is also extremely user-friendly and will walk you through your tax preparation with ease and accuracy. 

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