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13 apps to help you save–and make–money

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Here are a few things you may not realize about people who have come into money: They usually know exactly what their bank balance looks like at any given point, and their investment strategy may be simpler than you might think. They may turn to financial managers and wealth management firms to oversee their finances, but in 2019, there’s no shortage of robo-advisers and budgeting tools to manage your money on the cheap.

Whether you’re looking to start investing or test out a new budgeting tool, here are some apps to consider.

If you’re a woman who wants to dip your toe into investing, Ellevest is a good place to start. Wall Street veteran Sallie Krawcheck started the platform to help close the gender gap in retirement savings. Even products that masquerade as “gender neutral” are usually designed with men in mind, according to Krawcheck. So Ellevest takes into account gender-based factors like life span and the wage gap, which impacts both how much women make and when their earnings plateau, as well as how women think about investing differently.

This is the robo-adviser you’ve probably heard of. As the biggest, most popular independent robo-adviser, Betterment can help you with goal-based investing and even includes the........

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