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This is a guest blog post from Hunter Richards from Software Advice.
Personal finance isn’t usually fun, and losing track of your spending habits can be remarkably easy. But perhaps a new kind of budgeting and accounting tool can change the way we view our finances. As we all know, there are iPhone apps for nearly everything. So what could it mean for our spending habits when we apply the simplified interface and on-the-go mentality of the traditional app to our own personal financial management?
I report on accounting software and other business technology over at Software Advice, and I thought it’d be fun to do a little article on the best apps out there for personal budgeting and expense tracking. I spent way too much time hunting down apps in the iTunes store, but fortunately I came up with a list of the most useful and best-reviewed apps for financial management.
There are apps for doing taxes, recording expenses, and even debt reduction strategies. That’s pretty legit. My list assembles the apps that consistently received positive reviews. If you’re in a bit of a financial hole, it really can’t hurt to take a look. After all, a good number of these apps are free. Check out my post here: The Best Accounting and Budgeting Apps for the iPhone and iPad.
About the Author
Hunter Richards is a blogger and market manager at Software Advice. He reports on trends in business software and cloud computing, having graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 2010 with degrees in economics and film studies. His prior work background includes government and nonprofit experience.