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Spend vs Save

Track your discretionary spending with this iPhone app. Forget your fixed expenses (mortgage/rent, loans, fixed mobile plans, cable, insurance, etc) and ...

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Description

Track your discretionary spending with this iPhone app. Forget your fixed expenses (mortgage/rent, loans, fixed mobile plans, cable, insurance, etc) and focus your efforts on what’s left over… the money you have some discretion over. Whether its buying gourmet groceries or no name brand products, take away food and drink or cooking at home, designer clothing or department store brands, shoes and more shoes, luxury travel or camping all of these purchases you have choices in. You decide how much you are willing to spend your discretionary money on. Start tracking your spending for a week to gain insight and then continue for a month or forever. The app suggests you start on a Sunday but if you start on another day just enter your expenses going back to Sunday. The week finishes on Saturday in this iPhone app for a reason. Saturday was chosen because this is the day when many of us spend the most of our disposal income. If you find you have already spent most of your disposal income before Saturday rolls around perhaps this insight might influence your spending. After a week of tracking your discretionary spending the iPhone app creates a budget for you based on your spending. Then you can manage your budget by allocating amounts to items that you spend money on. The app immediately gives you insight into where your money goes. Continue tracking and identify areas you can save money. It’s the app you need...until money grows on trees.

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.0

Size: 660.18 KB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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