Nearly everyone is complaining about how their income and finances are being affected by the economic recession. Food stuff and household items have tripled in price blamed on the fluctuating dollar. Therefore, it is ever more important for Nigerians to manage their finances. It is just a question of finding the best tools to help you plan your finances. In line with this, Jumia Travel has selected awesome websites that can help with financial planning. If you want to be financial discipline, you should check out any of these websites.

You Need a Budget (YNAB)

If you are serious about paying off your debt and saving money, then You Need a Budget is the tool for you. It is very easy to use as you can create a monthly budget within a few minutes. Also, this app will ensure that you don’t rely on future incomes which may not be guaranteed.

DailyWorth

To enjoy DailyWorth, you have to subscribe their emails where you will be sent the best financial advice as well as articles. It also offers ideas especially for women on how to create budgets, earn money, save and invest smartly.

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Quicken

This is a multipurpose financial website that helps in budgeting, investments, bill payments and reporting. You can even link it to your bank account from which you can download your transactions, and access your account.

Guide Financial

This is a website that provides relevant information on the particular things you are spending your money on as well as teach you how to create a pragmatic and workable budget. It also helps you search for the best savings account.

 

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