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#iACast 90 – Managing Your Finances With Technology

///#iACast 90 – Managing Your Finances With Technology

#iACast 90 – Managing Your Finances With Technology

By |2018-08-11T11:00:17+00:00August 11th, 2018|iA Cast, iA Cast Weekly|0 Comments

On this episode of the iACast, Michael, Aleeha and Scott discuss apps you can use to manage your finances. These include:

  • Chase: The app allows a Chase Bank customer to manage their accounts from a mobile phone. Apps are available for iOS and Android.
  • Wells Fargo Mobile app: You can manage your accounts, check your balance and more if you are a Wells Fargo customer. You can install the app for both iOS and Android.
  • Mint: This is a money manager and financial tracking app. It is available for iOS and Android.
  • PayPal: This app allows you to send and receive money, make purchases, and keep track of your spending. It is available for both iOS and Android..
  • Zelle: This app allows you to send and receive money from bank account to another. Zelle is also integrated into apps for a lot of US banks. It is available for both iOS and Android.
  • Apple Pay Cash: This is a feature of the Wallet app that is part of iOS. It is a virtual card that you can add money to or withdrawal money from. You can also send money to or request money from other Apple Pay Cash users. You can learn more about Apple Pay Cash from Apple’s support site.
  • Venmo: This app allows you to send and receive money. You can also use it to make purchases from online stores. It is available for both iOS and Android.
  • Square Cash: This app also allows you to send and receive money. You can also have a debit card mailed to you that you can then use to make purchases. It is available for both iOS and Android.
  • Credit Karma: This app allows you to keep on top of your credit scores as well as file your taxes with Credit Karma Tax. It is available for both iOS and Android.
  • Google Pay: This app allows you to send money to friends as well as make purchases securely online. It is available for both iOS and Android.
  • Apple Pay: With Apple Pay, you can send and receive money using Apple Pay Cash, and make purchases in stores, apps, and websites that support it. Apple Pay is part of iOS. You can learn more bi visiting the Apple Pay website.
  • Samsung Pay: With Samsung Pay, you can pay for things from within apps and stores. You can also add gift and membership cards so they’re there when you need them. You can download the app for Android if you have a qualifying Samsung device.
  • Acorns: This is an investment app that allows you to easily grow your stocks and bonds. The app is available for both iOS and Android.
  • IRS2Go: This app assists you with filing your taxes and more. You can check the status of a refund, and even make a payment right from your phone. The app is available for both iOS and Android.

Also discussed is Apple becoming the first company in the U.S to be valued at one-trillion dollars.

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Hey there, thanks for stopping by. I hope you're enjoying all of the great content we have here. Things I love: Music? Check. Technology? Check. I started getting into technology a bit later than some. I started using Windows in 2003 or 2004, until 2010. After that, I ended up getting a Mac, and have been using OS 10/macOS ever since. I am also a member of Apple's public macOS and IOS beta programs. I’ve played with Ubuntu, but I haven't really delved into it. One of these days, I'm going to get a box, and start learning it for real. I've also used Android up to Kit-Kat. I love to learn and help people, and just have a good time.