But you don’t get any data, besides the knowledge that you’ve paid all your bills!When you use a personal finance software, you get data.” The key is finding which apps make it easy to get — and to understand — that data.Nigerian musician 9ice and his wife of one and half years, beauty entrepreneur Toni Payne have broken up.
The couple who wed in July 2008 began dating before the musician attained widespread acclaim and success.
Many credit the combination of 9ice’s talent and Toni’s managerial and publicity skills as the formula for the singer’s success. According to the press release, Toni Payne will retain primary custody of their child. As we all know, marriage is a tough journey and only the two people within that relationship can paint the full picture of the situation.
Let’s get the negatives out of the way: Yes, Mint has a lot of banner ads. Yes, Mint starts out by making a lot of assumptions about your budget, and you’ll have to go in and change those assumptions.
(Mint told us we had a $10 monthly budget for “fast food.” We appreciate Mint trying to keep us healthy, but there are bound to be two-burger months…) But if you ignore the ads and put in the work, Mint has a lot to offer. We definitely suggest setting aside at least four hours, and some users may need to buckle in for West’s recommended eight.
If you can’t figure out how to connect your accounts, sort your transactions into categories, and navigate basic features like budget creation, you’re not going to want to use the program every day — which means you’re not going to get any of the benefits. If you want to know how much money you need to put aside every month in order to buy that way-too-expensive plane ticket to see your parents for the holidays, Mint can help you calculate that number.
features, and the most comprehensive way to see exactly what your money is doing. If you have a big expense that’s due every few months (hello, freelancer estimated taxes!
Although you can create as many budget categories as you want or need, Mint also understands that life involves flexible spending — one month you might spend your discretionary dollars on clothes, and the next month you might spend them to take a Lyft.
Mint lets you pile those dollars into an “everything else” category, so you can see how many “everything else” dollars you have each month — and whether you can afford that Lyft, or have to wait for the bus.
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We wish both 9ice and Toni Payne the best in this difficult time.