5 Fantastic Online Money Management Tools

By on November 10, 2010

5 Fantastic Online Money Management ToolsHaving a really good financial planner is, of course, the best route for entrepreneurs to take to make planning and saving a cinch, but these days you can get a lot of value out of online tools that won’t take a lot of your time.

These tools are not only free for the most part, but will make your life so much easier.  Below are some Internet Money Management Tools that will help you get organized and stay organized without having to break the bank to do it.

 

Mint

Over 1 million people currently use Mint for their online money management needs. This extensive website gives you the ability to create anonymous accounts, add your bank, credit card, and investment accounts… all in five minutes or less. Once you’ve added all of the required info, Mint will then pull your balances, purchases, stock trades, etc. and create a complete overview of your financial budget. Budgeting tools, automatic expense categorization, and graphs are a few of the many features found with Mint.

Mint.com
SmartyPig

Who hasn’t had a piggy bank at one time in their life? Well, now you can have your piggy bank online with SmartyPig.  It’s an online savings account that also allows you to set goals, contribute money, and will even allow family and friends (if you you have that kind of family and friends) to supplement your account.  SmartyPig is 100% free to all users and is also certified by the McAfee SECURE Security Scan.  If you’ve been looking for a tool to help keep you on track, this might be the right one for you.

SmartyPig.com
NeoBudget

If you’re looking for an ultra-simple and uncluttered online budgeting program that’s really easy to use, NeoBudget very well may be the one to go with.  Using images that represent envelopes to show which money has been set aside for bills, savings, etc., NeoBudget’s interface is super simple to use.  If you’re into budgeting programs with more personal finance features, you might want to consider a different budgeting program. If simplicity and ease-of-use is your thing, NeoBuget is certainly worth a shot!

NeoBudget.com
Wesabe

Wesabe is pretty exceptional. It not only serves as an online money management tool, but it’s also got social networking aspects.  You can manage your money and also get advice from thousands of other users at the same time.  Another of Wesabe’s features that’s impressive is the fact that it will provide you with savings and spending tips based on your unique spending habits.  Wesabe has a real community-type atmosphere, all while being completely anonymous and secure.  It’s completely free, so why not give it a shot?

Wesabe.com
ManageMe

ManageMe is free and can be used for either personal or business use.  It is so simple and easy to use that they say that you are able to teach your kids how to manage money with it.  Isn’t that a fantastic idea?  The program is very straight-forward and easy to use, however it lacks some of the specific advice that some other programs provide.  With the ability to create multiple accounts, you’ll be able to manage your needs much more effectively and efficiently.  ManageMe is packed with features to help you keep everything in order.

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Some people find using personal budgeting software in conjunction with online money software to be a very complimentary duo.  A person could use something like NeoBudget to manage their daily expenses and budget, and use something like QuickBooks for their business as well. It’s a very comprehensive approach to getting the reins on your finances.

Are there any other online money management tools that you use and would like to recommend? If so, please share in the comments section!

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Adam Toren

About Adam Toren

Adam Toren is an Award Winning Author, Serial Entrepreneur, and Investor. He Co-Founded YoungEntrepreneur.com along with his brother Matthew. Adam is co-author of the newly released book: Small Business, Big Vision: “Lessons on How to Dominate Your Market from Self-Made Entrepreneurs Who Did it Right” and also co-author of Kidpreneurs.