People are struggling with the cost of inflation as wages are slow to catch up.
There are petitions and calls on Congress to send a fourth stimulus check to families once a month until the pandemic ends. There are also pushes to send senior citizens a fourth check.
Until the fourth stimulus check debate ends, here are three apps to help you save money as times get tougher
Chime is $1 per month and offers two savings programs. They’re called Round Up and Save When I Get Paid.
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The app offers advice for beginning to invest, opening an IRA, and utilizing apps that invest like Robinhood and Acorn.
The app also offers a savings account with direct deposit that transfers a chunk of your paycheck into your savings account.
Qapital is $3 per month for the basic plan and $6 per month for a complete plan.
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This app helps with reducing debt, managing finances, and saving money.
There is also the option to get a Qapital Visa debit card to earn interest with.
Finally, the app Digit is great to take care of debt.
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Digit is $5 per month after a month long free trial and analyzes how you spend ,oney.
The app moves money around for you so you can see what you can afford to spend. Users say the app has saved them upwards of $2,500 per year.
The app looks at your attached bank account, your income and bills, how you spend money, and savings controls you set within the app.
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