The first step to getting your spending under control is to find out where your money goes. Only then can you make meaningful changes to your habits.
Rollover budgeting in PocketSmith, now in beta. How it works, when to use it, and why it might be more useful than you think.
Our friend Ruth Henderson, The Happy Saver shares eight bad money habits she sees too often. Many of these habits are not about dollars and cents, but more about our own behaviour.
What are credit scores or ratings and how do they work? Learn how to check your credit score.
‘Getting out of debt’ is a phrase used often in personal finance. Learn how to get out of debt with PocketSmith.
Our friend Ruth Henderson, The Happy Saver joins us again to talk about all things credit.
We sat down with Ruth Henderson, The Happy Saver and asked her some big questions about our spending habits.
Debt can come in many forms. Credit cards, student loans, and medical costs are some of the most common. Despite its reputation, debt isn’t inherently bad either.
The things we spend money on are uniquely personal to us. In this article, I’ll share a few of the ways that I began to take control of my spending.
The Barefoot Investor is a financial guide followed by thousands of people around the world. Find out how to structure this unique system in PocketSmith!
If you’re looking for a celebrated financial plan to help you take control of your money, we encourage you to read this post, watch videos and to get a copy of the book.
Get control over your finances all year round with clever budgeting, live bank feeds and future forecasting.
Read how Kevin found control over his spending and paid off his debts!
Keeping a budget helps you manage the balance of income versus expenses. Learn how to keep to your budget with PocketSmith.
Calculating your personal net worth means knowing your exact financial position. It gives you a simple strategy for planning ahead.
With the cost of living rising, financial stress can easily take hold. Learn how to manage your money with Pocketsmith.
To help you stay on top of your finances, we've made it easy to set-up reminders to check your budgets and categorise your transactions.
We are a recently-married couple in southern California. We’re both under 30, and focused on making smart decisions together for our family’s financial future 😊
Over the last 10 years, we’ve learnt a thing or two about financial advice. Our best advice, when it comes to finances, is that there isn't one solution that suits everyone. There’s no magic cookie cutter solution. Financial advice isn't a one-size-fits-all glove. It depends on who you are, and what your situation is.
Mike is the software engineer responsible for the parts of PocketSmith that you can see and interact with. See how he uses PocketSmith as chief family budget planner to run a lean household budget.
Through the magic of email, you can now store attachments in PocketSmith, by sending images and PDF documents to a specially generated email address.
Meet Mindy, our designer! She’s responsible for tailoring PocketSmith’s design, both for things you see in the app, and for bits and pieces we publish to social media and our websites. Mindy also works closely with our user experience team to continually improve parts of PocketSmith!
Meet Amanda! Brace yourselves, because she’s one of the biggest power users in our team. Amanda’s setup for tracking and paying off debt is pretty crafty — so if you’re looking to do the same, you’re going to want to read this!
Meet Jayson! As our Product Coordinator, he informs our development roadmap by keeping tabs on user feedback and requests. He keeps his ear to the ground and meets with key members of our teams to ensure that our projects are constantly moving forward.