Cubux

Cubux
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Cubux is a financial tool for tracking home budget. The app has friendly interface, synchronization with all devices and banks. Free mobile app available. for Apple, Android, Windows Phone.
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It would not be an exaggeration to say that nearly everyone has at least once experienced problems with household accounting. Sometimes we find out that we are not able to save as much as we would like to, or we spend too much money without even noticing it.
The principle of the balance checkbook is easy. It supposes the careful recording of each withdrawal and deposit during a certain period with the calculation of the difference between incomes and outcomes. The result shows you your profit or loss.
It often happens that people spend much more than they would like to, and later realize that they are not able to afford buying something expensive or saving money for the future. Finances just keep slipping through our fingers, and the more we earn, the more we spend.
Creating a household budget is an essential step for creation of a strong material foundation. Many people compare the planning of family spending to dieting: sometimes you feel deprived and restricted, but you do not dismiss the chosen strategy, as you know that it’s anyway good fo...
Nowadays more people want to save their money because of economic instability. Even a small purchase can undermine your budget. If you cannot say how much money you spent last month, you should start to track your expenses. These simple actions allow you to save up to 20% of your esca...
Household bookkeeping is a tool for tracking a family’s income and expenses or, to be short, a family budget. Using a finance tracker allows you to keep a track of all of your personal income and expenses.
In this article you will find a few simple tips that will help you significantly cut back on spending to be able to save money.
Researchers from Harvard University came to the conclusion that the so-called “snowball” method is very effective when it comes to the repayment of debts, states Business Insider. According to the data, provided by the Federal Reserve System, almost half of the families in the U.S...
If you regularly run out of money a week before your next month’s salary and can’t account for the previous month’s salary, then it’s time to get a grip on the management of your personal finances.
Everyone knows that there is never too much money. Have you ever asked yourself how to spend less and how to save money, are there any tricks? Did you finally decide to spend less money and start your family budgeting? Are you seriously thinking about saving money and minimizing your ...
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