In this post today, I wanted to tell you about my three most favourite money apps that I use on a daily basis to help manage my money. They’re all simple to install, and they don’t require much technological know-how.
They have been lifesavers for my savings – until I started using these money apps I literally had no savings and had no clue where to start with investing.
It’s really easy to become overwhelmed when it comes to financial technology – it’s seems this stuff is literally EVERYWHERE! I’ve tried loads of different money apps, and I have stuck with these three every time. They help me to save and invest money regularly and they are so simple to use.
Why not try them out yourself?
They’re all free to install, but watch out for fees. They are self-explanatory when you sign up to the services. Plum and Monzo do not charge for savings, but investing does come with a cost, so make sure you know this when you decide to use it.
As with everything, if you invest, your money can go up as well as down, so make sure you’re happy with this before you put the money into anything.
Have a watch of my video here and see what you’d like to try! Let me know your experiences in the comments below.
Enjoy using these money apps – I’ve had a lot of fun testing them, and now I can’t imagine life without them.
References in the Video
Try out Monzo to help you organise your money and save your pennies into an easy to set up pot: Download Monzo
Plum is great for saving consistently and allows you to invest small amounts as well: Download Plum
Moneybox is for investing and has a variety of accounts you can choose from: Download Moneybox
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