Personal finance software can help you manage your bank accounts, credit cards and investments, as well as your income and expenditure, all in one place on your laptop or computer.
Personal finance software reviewed
Most paid-for personal finance software packages, which typically cost between £30 and £50, allow you to keep on top of your personal and household finances by pulling in information from bank accounts, credit cards and investments.
They also let you plan budgets and analyse your incomings and outgoings by creating charts, generating graphs and running reports.
The results in our table, below, give you an overview of different packages' specifications and performance. You can click on links in the menu to the left for more in-depth reviews.
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Please note - some personal finance software packages may state in marketing materials that they can link to bank accounts to import data. In practice, currently, very few banks outside the United States are able to connect directly to personal finance software.