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Tons of new money management and personal finance websites have been created within the last few years, all aimed at helping users manage various accounts, bills and budgets. Three of the most popular–Mint.com, Geezeo.com, and Wesabe.com–have created valuable tools that everyone should look into.
By far the most popular money management website is Mint.com, recently voted the best online personal finance tool.
Mint.com has over one million users and helps users create budgets while keeping track of credit card accounts, bank accounts, investment accounts and more.
The Mint.com is very user-friendly and creates pie graphs to show users where money is going. It also keeps track of your personal debt-to-income ratio and reminds you when bills are due.
The website also shows you spending patterns and gives you personal savings opportunities through partners.
This website is called the Weight Watchers of money by Boston Globe because of it’s amazing personal finance tools that are offered for free.
The website has a social networking aspect that lets people share their finance experience with others. It also keeps track of credit card accounts, loans, bank accounts and more.
With Geezeo.com, you can also set goals to reduce credit card debt because the website keeps track and shows a percentage bar to help you on.
Lastly is Wesabe.com, a social networking site about financing that has some of the best finance forums on the Internet.
You can anonymously share financing information and follow other users, as well as give and receive advice. Wesabe.com also has features that are great for saving money, like the Cutback Tool which suggests ways for you to save money through your regular expenses.
These three sites are the top-rated and most used personal finance websites on the Internet and are great resources for anyone that’s looking to get a better grasp of their spending and saving habits, as well as for people that want to manage all their money accounts in one place.