Acquired by Intuit, Inc. in 2009, Mint is a free web-based financial management services that allows users to connect with and keep track of their income and expenses. Through Mint, users can also monitor investments, create budgets and goals, and track loan balances.
QuickBooks by Intuit, Inc. is the most commonly used accounting and financial management software for small businesses. Developed by Intuit, QuickBooks accounts for a sizable portion of the small business accounting software market, boasting nearly 1 million online subscribers.
Mvelopes is a web-based personal finance software. Playing off of the idea of using envelopes to budget your money, Mvelopes allows users to use a similar practice but in the digital age. Mvelopes promises to help you:
Mvelopes hopes to help users erase debt, add to their savings, and stress less about money without the hassle of manually monitoring a budget.
Expensify represents a comprehensive solution to all of your small-business expense tracking and reporting needs. It has a number of features and integrations designed to make financial management easy and efficient.
After 19 years in business, Replicon has attracted customers like Dolby Digital, Dropbox, FedEx, Expedia, and HP among many others who use Replicon to streamline their expense processing and management. Replicon promises easy-to-use expense sheets, expense codes and tax formulas to ensure accurate tracking, easy tracking for project-related expenses, and real-time reporting. Replicon is designed to integrate with virtually any project management or financial solution such as QuickBooks, Oracle, Sap, JDEdwards, Sage, or Microsoft DynamicsNAV. Replicon WebExpense tracks all business expenses per type, department, project, or client in one central location with real-time visibility and reporting.
In 2009, staffers at Dayspring Technologies created an experiment. They wanted to create virtual envelopes-basically capitalizing off of the age-old budgeting tool of dividing up your spending into envelopes to help you manage your spending. As time has gone on, they've added a number of other features like checkbook reconciliation, accounts, recurring transactions, etc. based on user feedback. GoodBudget believes that budgets reveal priorities, so by seeing whether or not your spending matches up with what you say you value in life, their software can help you to take steps to better align priorities with spending habits. What they call the "Good Budget Way" also incorporates using safe community relationships to improve your budgeting and encouraging giving generously to those in need.