The hype around this new decade has us wanting to set more than just fitness goals.
Whether you’re looking to launch a business, set your freelance aspirations into motion, pay off student debt, or buy a house, budgeting and smart financial habits may help you get closer to your unique version of financial freedom.
With debt and student loans at the forefront of our consciousness, (the total student loan burden in the US is now about $1.6 trillion—and rising), it’s important to think about how to build a game plan towards more sustainable financial strategies. And though a lot of the financial stressors affecting individuals and workers today are rooted in how our systems are currently set up, there are still personal practices that can help.
Pretty much everyone wants to grow their savings and minimize debt, but knowing where to start and which tools you can trust is a separate conversation. Whether you’re looking for apps to help make your first investment moves, save for specific life goals, juggle multiple currencies as you pursue a digital nomad lifestyle, or make saving fun by rewarding new, positive habits, we’ve got your bases covered.
With so many budgeting apps floating around, we were curious to take a look at which ones are user favorites, and what specs they’ve got to offer. If you’re looking to upgrade your finance habits and get a solid grasp on budgeting, then you’re in the right place. Keep on reading to find out why these nine apps made the cut, and get ready to take a much-needed trip to your app store so you can save more in 2020.