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Tech Talk 2-26-17

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Tech Talk 2-26-17

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Tech Talk 2-26-17
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6805021?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Sun, 26 Feb 2017 23:10:09 +0000 Tech Talk 2-26-17 Tech Talk 2-26-17 http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6805021?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WTWO ((cody)) if one of your new year's resolutions was to budget better...how are you doing? ((dan))it's one of the more common resolutions...and one that goes by the wayside frequently.using a budgeting app will help you. here are three of the best...because ...technology matters. <<((dan reynolds reporting: 'level money' connects your bank accounts and credit cards so you'll always know how much money you've spent. it also tracks incoming money. you can enter how much money you want to save each month. level monday then shows you how much you can spend each month, so you stay on track. the app is free for ios and android.'mint' is one of the better personal budgeting apps around. it displays a wide-range of details about your personal financial picture. things like your net worth to line-by-line transactions for bank and credit accounts. mint does more, it checks credit scores, helps budg money and recommends financial accounts wi better interest rates. the app is free for ios and android.'pocketguard' is the app that helps answer the question "can i afford it?" enter details about financial status, from bank accounts and credit cards to regularly occurring bills. money spent is organized by category, allowing you see where your money is going. it shows you how much you pocket to spend, hence the name. the app is free for ios only.>>((dan)) i've sent these links to cody's wife and i've linked you to all so you can spend wisely and save. go to my wabash valley dot com...click on sections...then lifestyle and technology matters. look for budgeting apps. i'll link this story from facebook and twitter too.and pocketguard app is now available for android. ((dan))<<temperature almanac.>> ((dan))




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