For the last couple of years, I've been using Mint to manage my bank account and credit cards. It offers a quick and easy way for me to know how much money I (don't) have at any given moment, as well as constantly monitor my credit cards. For me, simple is good - I don't bother with investments of any kind, so I have no use for a service that offers that sort of management. For those who do, though, the official Personal Capital app just hit the Play Store.

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In a nutshell, Personal Capital makes it easy to keep an eye on all your finances - everything from checking accounts and credit cards to any investments you may have. Without having actually used the service, I will say it looks to be a very powerful and intuitive tool for finance management.


And, for today only, the company is offering a pretty enticing deal for at least trying the service: if you sign up and add your accounts, they'll send you a $20 Amazon gift card. So, if nothing else, you can at least score something from Amazon just for giving it a shot. Hit the link below to sign up, then grab the app.

Personal Capital