I have been hearing about a lot of interesting money management tools lately and Spenz is one of the lastest to hit my radar. TechCrunch recently wrote a review of Spenz and said: “While Mint.com gives you access into where your money is going, it doesn’t incentivize or motivate you to stick to a budget. Enter Spenz, a startup launching at TechCrunch Disrupt today, is launching a proactive way for a younger generation to track where they spend all of their money and provides incentives and rewards for users to budget.” How it works Basically it is an app that allows you to enter your expenses on the fly, provides data about your spending patterns, makes suggestions on how to save money, and provides rewards for using the program. And here is a quick video if you want to know more about how Spenz works… Related Articles: 5 easy and cheap home repairs that will save you money Having family budgeting troubles? Money management tips for beginners Budgeting Software: 13 Free Alternatives Comparing 5 Personal Finance Software Options Bing.com Cashback rewards program Bob enjoys dark chocolate, paying off debt, giving, Foosball, loose-leaf tea, helping people succeed, learning, anything God created, playing guitar, doing things the “long” way, Philippians, excellence, Chick-Fil-A, and making his wife smile. He started ChristianPF in 2007 and has been having a blast ever since. Find him on Facebook & Twitter . The articles on this site are for entertainment purposes and should not be taken as financial advice. Please contact a financial professional for specific advice regarding your situation. Also, many of the CPF articles help us pay the bills by using affiliate relationships with Amazon, Google, eBay and others. Find out more here .
The ‘Spenz’ App: Budgeting & Money Management