5 Best Apps for Balancing Your Checkbook

You slide your debit card at the coffee shop, mail a check for the monthly mortgage, pay the credit card bill online, and get your paycheck auto deposited. Whew! That’s a lot of transactions to keep track of! Thankfully there are plenty of apps for balancing your checkbook and keeping your finances up-to-date so you can instantly review your deposits and payments.

Mint:

Intuit’s financial app, Mint, makes it easy to stay on top of your cash flow. You can set up budgets for everything from utility bills to how much you want to spend each pay period on dining out or buying clothes. You can also set up a savings program so the money is automatically withdrawn and deposited into savings before you can spend a dime.

WalletWhiz:

Does your entire life revolve around a calendar? Then so should your finances! WalletWhiz has a calendar view that makes it easy to see spending patterns based on days of the week. This is crucial if you’re trying to develop a budget or overhaul your current retail therapy habits in addition to balancing your checkbook.

PocketMoney:

This Android-based app lets you see all your financial information, including retirement investment totals and trading options, in addition to your personal checking and savings accounts details. You can include as many accounts as you want, rollover extra money from one month to the next, and see your stats in various currencies — which is perfect for avid travelers!

QuickBank Checkbook:

Keep things simple and manage daily expenses and incoming cash with this easy app. It’s perfect for small business accounts since the data can easily be transferred to Quicken, Excel, and other accounting programs. As a bonus, you can add photos of receipts to make record keeping paperless!

ClearCheckbook:

Schedule bill payments ahead of time, get email reminders of upcoming bills, and track how you spend with this nifty app. ClearCheckbook stores information in the cloud, so it can be used on your smartphone, tablet, and desktop computer, making it easy to access your financial information from a variety of sources. Plus, you can sync several accounts together — perfect for spouses who use one another’s accounts regularly.

 

While you’re thinking of your checking account, take a quick inventory. Do you need any more checks, check registers, return address labels, or a new checkbook cover? Current Catalog has a variety of novelty checking essentials for you to browse online.

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