Keep Your Business Finances Up to Date On the Go

Smartphone Apps can make keeping track of business finances easyIf you’re self-employed or part of a small company, you know how important it is to keep track of finances and avoid
debt. Thankfully, there is an expanding selection of finance apps available for smartphones that make this easier, though finding the best ones can difficult. Thankfully, Jennifer Freeman has rounded up a great set of apps for both personal and business finance in an article on the Equifax Finance Blog titled “
Great Mobile Apps to Help You Manage Your Finances.” We’re so sure that this article will have something you can benefit from that we’ve made it our first draft pick in the Technology Tweet Tournament – just re-tweet this Twitter post to help us win!
Square (iOS, Android) is an app for on-the-go credit card transactions. Once you sign up for the app, Square will send you a free credit card reader to plug into your phone. All you have to do is set it up, and you are good to accept credit card payments everywhere. Square will even email receipts to buyers and only charges sellers 2.75 percent per transaction, which will help your company
save money. The app has seen a jump in popularity since it has been used by presidential campaigns to gather donations on the campaign trail.
Share-a-bill (iOS) can be a great way to keep up with expenses, both business and personal. With the app, which has a free and paid version, you can keep a running tally of payments and easily split up costs between personal or business, or among various people on a trip or meal at either even splits or with different weights for each participant. The free version lets you keep up with four transactions, while the full version is unlimited.
For more information about great finance apps for business and personal finance, be sure to see the full article on the
Equifax Personal Finance Blog. For even more finance help on the go, be sure to check out the Equifax Mobile App for iOS and Android.
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