My favourite apps
There are some great applications that you can use to manage your money with new products appearing all the time. If you are a business owner or self-employed, keeping track of your incomings and outgoings is vital so, making use of technology makes real sense.I use both free and commercial software running on my PC or my phone so I’d thought list some of my favourite.
For all-round accountancy software, you can’t go far wrong with Wave. Wave runs in the browser so once you’ve set up an account, you can access it from any device connected to the internet.
The design is really clean and the layout makes everything intuitive so you’ll be up and running in no time.
Wave has several products that handle accounting, invoicing, receipts and payments making it ideal for small to medium sized businesses.
For casual traders or anyone looking to dip their toe in stocks and shares, TD Ameritrade’s products are good fit. With trading platforms available for desktop, web or mobile there’s something that will suit how you prefer to work.
The reason I’ve added TD Ameritrade as my app of choice for online brokers is that I feel they do a good job of educating users and providing excellent research tools.
If you have one than bank account or savings account, Emma is one of those mobile apps that you’ll find you use daily.
Emma is a mobile app that connects all of your accounts and puts the information into a single, clean design. You can quickly see what’s happening with your money making budgeting and avoiding overdrafts a doddle.
If you are a business that accepts payment through PayPal, their Business Mobile App is an excellent tool.
Not only can you easily keep track of your finances, the app allows you to create and send invoices and check for anything that is unpaid. Should you need to issue a refund, you can do that too.