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Thursday, November 24, 2011

10 iPad Aps on Finances--Guest post


This post is a repost from bestonlinecolleges.com. and is just a brief summary. Click on the link to get the real skinny on the 10 apps they have researched.   Thanks to Rose King from bestonlinecolleges.com for the link and post.   This is not an endorsement of their services or products just a repost of an interesting post. 
So much of our time is spent using a device to keep us connected to the world, so why not use these gadgets to manage our money as well? The iPad's portability and user-friendly features make it the perfect tool for managing your cash flow and accomplishing your financial goals in one convenient place. All you have to do next is load up on a handful of reliable financial apps, and you've got yourself a portable and personal financial adviser. Get your money in check with these 10 iPad apps.

1.     Mint.com

2.     Shoeboxed Receipt Tracker and Reader

3.     Pageonce

4.     powerOne Financial Calculator

5.     Ace Budget

6.     ATM Hunter

7.     Loan Shark

8.     MoneyWell

9.     iCompta

10. PayPal

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