Using tech to help manage your money

Have you tried a money management app yet? They’re a handy – and completely free – way to stay in control of your spending. Here’s everything you need to know in under two minutes – from the experts at LOQBOX.

 

Money management apps are a great example of how a little help from technology can make a big difference when it comes to managing your money. These free tools take just a few minutes to set up – linking securely to your bank to give you a better understanding of your expenses and spending.

 

Cleo

meetcleo.com helps you manage your money through Facebook Messenger or by text. By breaking down your income and outgoings, it lets you track spending trends and even create budgets. I use this myself, and I’m sure you’ll find it just as useful as I do

 

Pariti 

pariti.com helps you manage your spending a forecast future bill payments. It lacks the planning functionality of Cleo, but can still help you reduce spending on loans.

 

Try both and see how you get on. Between the two of them, they should help you keep your spending under control.

 

This post was written and compiled by the credit experts behind LOQBOX – a completely free way to build your credit history by saving a little each month. To sign up or read more about the clever way LOQBOX works, head to LOQBOX.co.uk.

This is part of our Two-minute Money blog series – unlocking the secrets of the financial system, two minutes at a time.

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