If you’re like most people, you check your smartphone at least 50 times a day – looking at everything from text messages and work emails to weather alerts and sports scores. But as many have discovered, your smartphone can help you keep tabs on your finances. Managing money, sticking to a budget and even handling investment decisions are easier than even before with today’s crop of personal finance apps.

But not every tool out there is actually worth downloading and learning to use. You can take some of the guesswork out of moving your finances to mobile with this list of the best personal finance apps for 2017.

Read more: 4 Best Personal Finance Apps as of December 2017 | Investopediahttps://www.investopedia.com/personal-finance/personal-finance-apps/#ixzz50CcCLOCx

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