5 Websites to Help Manage Your Money
If you're like me, you probably start a new year thinking about finances. Every single year, I resolve to do things better than I did the year before. Now, don't get me wrong, I do know how to save money, I just want to save even more. This year, I'm all about staying on budget and keeping organized. Because, to be honest with you, organization is not one of my strengths.
I was looking around online and found quite a few different websites to help us all stay on track so I thought I would share them with you. Feel free to post your favorites in the comments or on the Money Saving Queen facebook page.
1. DailyWorth: Sign up for a daily e-mail specifically for women, it will help you keep your finances in check plus provide daily tips. I actually signed up awhile back and really like it.
2. LearnVest Money Center: View all of your accounts in one place (for free!) with LearnVest’s My Money Center. Monitor your spending activity, create a personalized budget, and track progress against your budgeting goals with ease.
3. Manilla: Kick off 2013 and use Manilla to organize and simplify all of your accounts in one secure place. Enter The Manilla Get It Together Challenge to become more organized and win the I Got It Together $2,500 Grand Prize and other amazing Manilla partner prizes. I'm a big fan of Manilla and have been using it off and on for awhile, great way to stay organized!
*This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Manilla. *
4. Credit Sesame: I've been using this one too! You can get a free credit score report every single month, plus receive daily credit alerts via e-mail. This was great for me, getting a credit report every once in awhile is really helpful. I found all sorts of things that I did not know about!
5. Dave Ramsey's FREE Guide to Budgeting: How could I write a post like this and not mention Dave Ramsey? Every single thing he says is amazing to me and right now, he's offering a free Guide to Budgeting which is a must have if you're trying to take back control over your finances.
Here's what I think...I think 2013 is your year. I think 2013 is my year. It's time to take it up a notch and kick debt, late payments and fear to the curb, folks! Check out those websites above and feel free to tell us what you think and again, post your favorite tips too. We're in this together!
Disclosure: Some links above are affiliate links, I have tried the companies though and only posted them because they work.