Simplifi Acceleration, one of Engadget Favorite budgeting appsOn sale for half price now. The easy-to-use money management service is on sale for $2 per month, and billed annually at $24.

Financial planning and tracking is one of our services Top picks for replacing Mint. Its clean and simple interface recalls his memories A now defunct competitor. Simplifi has a scrollable landing page with a detailed overview, including balances, net worth, spending, upcoming payments, and other financial stats.


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$24 at Quicken

The service facilitates communication with your financial institution (optionally) for easier tracking. You can also invite a partner or financial advisor to participate in account management.

It has some limitations. Unlike some of its competitors, it doesn’t offer Zillow integration to track home value. (You can still do this manually.) Additionally, it doesn’t offer free trials, and we ran into some minor misclassifications of expenses, though they were in line with minor errors made by the competition as well. It also doesn’t allow Apple or Google sign-ins, so you’ll have to create or sign in to a Quicken account to get started.

We already consider Simplifi’s benchmark annual price of $48 a solid deal in line with market expectations. But for $24 for the entire year, you can try it for much less. Just remember to cancel before renewing if you don’t enjoy it enough to renew for a second year at full price.

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