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I have automatic debit set up for my loan repayments and recreational expenses (gym, newspaper subscriptions) that I get charged for monthly, so it would be nice not to have to remember to enter those manually.
Being able to track a recurring expense is a feature that Toshl Finance does offer.
Made by the financial-software company Intuit - the same company behind Turbo Tax - Mint claimed to have 20 million users worldwide in 2016.
I've been using Mint for three years, and found it a useful tool to track my daily transactions and keep my budget in line.
The tradeoff is that Toshl isn’t as slick, and has a heavier slant on budgeting, which was not something I was looking for.
I find expense tracking to be a good financial exercise, but I’m not big on budgeting, which feels restrictive.
It also visualizes my spending activity in useful reports I can access any time.
You can look at how much you spent on groceries for the month of January, for last week, or for the year thus far.Of all the apps I’ve tried, Expensify is the one most geared towards business expenses.You can use it for personal expense tracking, but the options are limited, and Expensify really doesn’t cater to non-business related expenses.With a pro account, there are options to export your financial data in more formats, as well as more budgeting options.
It is currently priced at .99 monthly or .99 for the year.
Features include integration with various external accounts (Evernote, Quick Books, Fresh Books) and direct deposit reimbursement. Aside from allowing consumers to track their spending, it also protects debit and credit cards from fraudulent charges and errors, which according to the app, cost American cardholders billions in gray charges every year.