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Financing personal manager. Which is the best.

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by gmartinzz, Jun 1, 2012.

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    Which Appl you recomend me to use as personal financiar manager
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    I heard Moneywiz is good. Haven't tried it myself, but read a few good reviews about it.
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    Heap me tow but I think it's an Internet program. I don't understand how it works.
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    I tried many apps. I wanted to download info from my bank into an app that would show me the current balance, scheduled payments and scheduled income. That way I could look at the register and Decide if i could afford to buy things and not get overdrawn. I ended up using I reconcile. One word. I can not download from the bank because My bank doesn't support that. Bt I can mimick the transactions in my bank so I never have to reconcile And list whatever future deposits or payments I anticipate to plan spending. Hope this helps. I really struggled to get this far.
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    I highly recommend Mint.
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    A number of banks have their own app.Have you tried looking for the name of your bank in the app store.My bank has its own app,which does everything you mentioned.

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