As we start a new year we need to set our 20/20 vision on the goals for 2020! We are looking at what we eat, how we work on ourselves, and how we will start saving with smarter spending. Here are a few other apps to help save money this new year:
I use this app because who doesn’t buy groceries and you can use receipts from any store that sells groceries. Target, Costco, CVS, Costplus etc. It’s a quick way to get some money back for things you buy on the daily.
Check out Fetch Rewards. It’s a free app that turns grocery receipts into rewards. Just scan any grocery receipt, and earn points towards awesome rewards. You’ll earn at least 1% on all listed brands and products, and gain access to exclusive offers that earn you even more points. No more entering codes, completing tasks or jumping through any hoops! Just scan your grocery receipt, and get rewarded.
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The Stash app is another one I use where you can invest any amount of money you want on a weekly or monthly basis. You can start out small like just $5 and pick stocks you know like spotify, apple, or netflix. You can also use the Stash Spend Debit to invest where you shop like starbuck, amazon, or Verizon and get stock back rewards. You can watch your investment grow overtime on the app and as you get more comfortable see if you can invest more!
ACORNS.COM this is the third app I use to also invest with just round ups on my daily spending. Acorns also offers Acorn Spend Debit Card which lets you see stores in your area that have “found money”, which means when you shop you get a percentage of your purchase invested into stock! Check it out one of these apps or all 3 might be for you:
Invest your spare change
Set aside the leftover change from everyday purchases by turning on automatic Round-Ups.
Save for later
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