Finding the Right Personal Finance Applications

See how these virtual money-tracking tools stack up


LFM Money

LFM Money

While not as visually appealing as some of the others, LFM Money allows users to track their daily and monthly spending. With this app you can aggregate all your accounts and transactions. Again, on first use it did take more time than I would have liked to figure out how to input my transactions. What would be a helpful function is allowing users, after selecting a category, to add the expense or to at least be able to view the price.

Once you get the hang of the app, it’s simple and straightforward. This would be great for college students or those with a simple financial picture, i.e. not tracking a portfolio or liabilities. If you’re working with a more complex financial picture, such as multiple sources of income or expenditures beyond the typical household needs, you may want to consider another app.

Price: Free

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