There are a wide range of apps made specifically to help you track your financial performance on the go, whether you’re monitoring your daily bank account activity or you’re tracking your retirement portfolio. To help you cut through the app clutter, here are four free apps you might want to think about installing on your phone.
Since a year in the technology world is almost an eternity, here’s a look at some of the apps we’re particularly excited about in 2014.
I’m in the process of buying a home right now, and lucky for me (and all the other home buyers out there), there’s a great new tool to help you find the place that’s right for you: My Perfect Home powered by Home Scouting. Read on to find out more about this powerful tool and how it could help you.
There are apps out there for just about everything nowadays, including apps to make the moving process easier. Here are a few of the best apps you should download before your next move.
Ideally we would all like to live with the perfect roommate, but in reality this doesn’t always happen. Sometimes we wind up with roommates that don’t clean, don’t do the dishes, throw loud parties or are downright slobs. It can test some patience but here are a few apps that will help you keep your cool. Check out these apps that will make living with roommates easier than ever.
Here are a few must-have websites and mobile apps that will make your life as a parent easier. If you don’t know about these already, you’ll thank me later!
Tax time is looming and if you own a small business or are a single proprietor, you’re probably scrambling to get all your records straight. Are your W2s out and were they postmarked by January 31? What about 1099s to consultants to whom you paid more than $600 in 2013? They need to get a Copy C by January 31. Remember, the IRS needs to get a Copy A by February, along with the cover page, known as Form 1096. Don’t forget that consultants include LLCs, DBAs, and partnerships. Avoid this mess for 2014 by using online tools and services that make tax time much less stressful.
Traffic – we despise it, we can’t stand it and we’ll do anything to avoid it. You can catch the morning news before you head out to work, tune in to the traffic updates on the radio – or you can download a traffic application on your smartphone. These apps are here to help you elude bumper-to-bumper driving, accidents and any other annoying traffic hazards. Some of these apps may be better than the rest, but each app has its own advantages, so it’s worth trying them out to see which one you like best. Below are a few of the best apps out there to help you evade that pesky traffic.
There are lifestyle apps, money management apps and apps that even protect your identity. But did you know there are hundreds of apps out there that can help find the perfect restaurant near you? Here are a few of the most handy, helpful and user-friendly restaurant apps on the market.
While shopping online certainly saves valuable time, it’s not always safe. According to LifeLock, a leader in identity theft protection, 11.6 million Americans were victims of identity theft last year, with a large percentage of cases taking place online. Luckily, there are apps that can help prevent identity theft. With the holiday season in full swing, check out some of these apps to make sure your transactions are safe and secure.