Digital era: banking solutions for security
Think of these suggestions and maybe add some of your own for digitally managing finances.
12:37 28 May 2013
A special group of skilled gamers, artists, designers, and programmers will be meeting up to try and create digital help for patients with diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia. This is one of the best ways of using the resources that are on hand to find the best solutions. Anyone can do the same right at home by using technology to help with their own finances.
- Apps—there are a number of apps, regardless of what type of device you are using, that can help you manage your cheque account, multiple savings accounts, and even investment portfolios. Some apps will cost money, while others—usually more simplistic—will be free.
- Software—you can go the traditional route of managing your finances by purchasing or downloading serious software onto your computer that can help you manage a budget, whether it’s for an individual, family, or possibly even a business.
- Brainstorm—one of the most positive aspects of this special group participating in “Jamming 4 Small Change” is the ability to collaborate and use each other’s ideas. You can find dedicated groups, or just communicate with others for good suggestions about finances. Don’t forget that friends and family are a great resource, even if you need to chat online.
- Research—the internet is available and rife with information about managing finances. There are reputable columnists, tax advisors, blogs, and even online calculators which can all be used to help you navigate the sometimes tricky waters of your financial situation.
- Implementing—this should go without saying, but if you find that great app or download the software that can help you organize your finances, try it right away. When life is hectic it’s easy to forget about something you downloaded while it becomes a useless piece of digital clutter on your computer or mobile device.