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10 Genius Budgeting Apps for People Who Hate Math (or Really Anyone)

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From Cosmopolitan

I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that you’re not saving up for that big Europe trip anymore. Still, it’s a good idea to get a budget started for when life gets back to normal, whatever that means for 2020.

Whether you’re making cash from your couch, or searching for coins in said couch, you’re going to need a place to organize it all and make sure it’s not going directly to online shopping and takeout.

Maybe you need a nudge to cancel that subscription you literally never watch, or need to figure out finances with your S.O.—there’s an app for both of those things. For all your financial planning needs, these are the best budgeting apps for tracking your cash flow in both directions.

1. If You’re a Budgeting Beginner

Mint

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Photo credit: Mint

Free on iTunes and Google Play

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