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CuriousFox
WR Officer
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Senior Account Executive
Excel spreadsheet ๐Ÿšฟ
jefe
Politicker
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Head of Sales
I love Excel but use Google Sheets for the access across devices.
TennisandSales
Politicker
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Enterprise Account Executive
mint is what I have been using for years.ย 
its free, so you have to deal with all the stpuid ads and shit but it does a nice job of having everything in once place, connectign all your accounts, and having your transactions show up so you can make sure everything is where it needs to be/
braintank
Politicker
1
Enterprise Account Executive
Mint, personal Capital, or YNAB
CuriousFox
WR Officer
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Senior Account Executive
Snap! I completely forgot about YNAB.
NotCreativeEnough
Politicker
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Professional Day Ruiner
another for Mint. I check it about once a week to see where things stand. has a net worth tracker right on the Home Screen, can link all your accounts, investment accounts, bills, etc. Would highly recommendย 
jefe
Politicker
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Head of Sales
Wealth Simple if you're in Canada, though not a budgeting app...

As others have said, Mint and/or spreadsheets.
HappyGilmore
Politicker
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Account Executive
Aside from Mint & Truebill, Copilot is a solid one too.
playerone
Politicker
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Regional Account Executive
Excel if you have the skills. Mint if you donโ€™t and donโ€™t care about security
champchamp
Arsonist
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Enterprise Sales Development Representative
What? What you mean not care about security?
playerone
Politicker
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Regional Account Executive
Iโ€™m just very hesitant about linking any kind of banking information to a third party. Iโ€™m not saying you could get emptied but PII hacks can get still get a ton of data
Corpslovechild
Politicker
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Inbound Sales Manager
Jokes on you, I have no personal finances.ย 
AgastyaAdams
Politicker
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Sales Development Manager
INDMoney is pretty good. Even MoneyManager