Money Dashboard – helping you spot where you over-spend

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money-dashboardMost of us have several bank accounts – savings accounts, credit cards and current accounts. It’s difficult to see the full story because you have to log into each one separately.

Luckily there’s Money Dashboard, a simple way to make everything much easier. It displays all your accounts in one place  so you get a clear, definitive picture of exactly how much cash you have and how you use it. Which means you’re in a position of knowledge, much better able to make informed changes, plan ahead and meet your goals.

  • Budget easily
  • Plan and track spending
  • Manage money with ease

It’s free, with no joining fee, which is cool. Because the entire system is properly protected via VeriSign, you enjoy bank-level security. And because it’s a ‘read only’ system it’s safe as houses – neither you nor anyone else can move your money around.

I like the Clear Cash figure bit best, which highlights the cash you have left over after all your bills and expenses have been paid, after pay day,  so you don’t go over budget. The snapshot it provides is simple and clear, with graphs to help you visualise everything at a glance, month by month. And it’s great for visualising and predicting your future spending. No matter who you bank with.

It even highlights when you’re about to go into debt so you can take action before it’s too late. It shows up money you didn’t realise you had. And it comes highly recommended by the Daily Mail and Independent newspapers.

Great stuff! Here’s a link to Money Dashboard.

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I’m Kate. I live just outside Brighton, high up on the South Downs, with my husband Tony and our three cats. I’m dedicated to saving money, spending less, buying wisely, cutting waste, re-using, recycling, re-purposing and generating cash from the stuff I no longer want.

1 Comment

  1. Sounds like a great idea but I would be hesitant to have my details on another system. The online banking systems often throw up security alerts so if they can be hacked I would imagine all sites can be.

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