OCBC’s wealth management vice president and senior investment strategist, Vasu Menon, says there's no better time than now to start managing your money better. Saving more and spending less is crucial with jobs being less secure today. "The mark of being truly money smart today," Menon adds, "means getting a bird’s-eye view of your finances so you can identify major trouble spots." To help you do that, here are 4 apps to get your hands on, pronto.
It helps you track spending, and even alerts you when you’re reaching your budget limit. We love how all the info is presented usng simple graphs and charts.
This app calculates your income and recurring bills to suggest what your daily, weekly and monthly spending should be. It also determines the amount you should be saving every month, and subtracts that from your monthly budget.
This links to your credit card and bank accounts, so you can track spending more easily. Based on that info, it then suggests better credit card or loan offers that can improve your finances.
Everyone from beginners to seasoned investors can quickly access customised, up-to-date market information and investment suggestions from OCBC Bank experts, easily monitor their investments and get personalised mobile alerts relevant to their investments.
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