11 financial experts reveal their favorite money apps

Money apps can be beneficial tools for saving, budgeting, and investing your money. Of course, some apps may work better for you than others. Here, 11 financial experts reveal their favorite money apps.

  • Of course, some apps may work better for you than others.
  • Here, 11 financial experts reveal their favorite

(answers have been condensed and edited for clarity)

1. Mint

2. Acorns

3. Zelle

4. Qapital

5. Betterment

6. Rize

7. TransferWise

8. YNAB

9. Digit

10. Robinhood

11. Simple

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