Top Free Apps To Help With Personal Money Management
In the UK, nearly 90% of the population are smartphone users, so why not leverage that tool to help you manage your incomings and outgoings? Here are five mobile apps that can help you manage your money in the UK.
- Mint: Personal finance management service that lets you connect your accounts to track income and outgoings, set budgets and savings goals, and stay on top of changes in interest rates.
- Money Dashboard: A personal financial management app used by over two million people. Tracks all aspects of your finances from everyday spending to investments, loans, mortgages, cash ISAs etc.
- Ticks: A budgeting app that reminds you to pay bills, remember to pay your mortgage or rent, and pay some of the bills in full.
- Snappay: Pay your utility and credit cards directly from your phone via an app. You can pay up to two cards a month for free if you use them with the same account, after that it’s billed at £10 a month, per account.
- My Account: The main tool for managing your money with National Savings & Investments (NS&I) banks. It allows you to download statements and transactions, and provides a range of tools for managing your account.
- Credit Score: Allows you to monitor your credit score with the Experian Credit Score service.
- Credit Card Calculator: Helps you work out whether you’re getting the best deal on your credit card balance transfers with personalised interest rates.
- Exchange Rate: Keeps track of live exchange rates, plus lets you plan ahead.
The world’s first mobile personal finance service, Mint tracks your assets and income so you can budget, stay on top of spending and track changes in interest rates. Personal finance management and budgeting at your fingertips.
Mint sees all the money you earn from your job, savings or investments and helps you plan for both short-term (such as paying the household bills) as well as long-term goals (such as saving for a holiday).
Mint can be used to monitor bank accounts, credit cards and investments. It also helps you to set up budgets and savings goals, track bills, manage your debt and stay on top of things with useful email alerts.
Money Dashboard is a personal financial management app used by over 2 million people. It tracks all aspects of your finances from everyday spending to investments, loans, mortgages, cash ISAs etc.
Money Dashboard can help you to stay in control of your finances and make more informed decisions. It works with a huge range of financial institutions and you can track all your accounts in one place. It also serves as a powerful tool to help you grow your wealth.
Ticks is a budgeting app that reminds you to pay bills, remember to pay your mortgage or rent, and pay some of the bills in full.
Ticks is a smart way to budget. It helps you to stay focused on your finances so you always know where your money goes and how much you have left at the end of each month. It works with all major banks and many local providers so there’s no need to search through complicated bank statements. You can easily compare bills and track down any outstanding debts for quick, easy action.
Pay your utility and credit cards directly from your phone via an app. You can pay up to two cards a month for free if you use them with the same account, after that it’s billed at £10 a month, per account.
Snappay is a fast and secure way to pay your bills directly from your phone. You can:
- Pay thousands of bills, including utility bills, rent and credit cards in the UK & Europe and soon in Australia & the US.
- Set up recurring payments so that you never miss a payment again.
- Pay directly from your bank account.
- View your transaction history.
- Set up payment alerts so you never miss a bill payment again.
- Stay in control: you’re always in control of your finances, not the banks. There are no hidden fees or charges, and if you need help Snappay’s live support team is available 24/7 to help you manage your money.
The main tool for managing your money with National Savings & Investments (NS&I) banks.