The IRS 2Go of the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is perfect for those who are afraid of the tax season. It can easily process tax reports by tracking returns, making payments, checking refund status, and finding free tax preparation assistance. It also includes secure payments processed through your bank account. The application uses your location to help you seek tax advice for the elderly (TCE) or voluntary income tax (VITA). IRS2Go also allows you to make calls to IRS or VITA / TCE locations. One thing to note is that the app can not store social security numbers (SSN) due to security risks - it must be typed manually. IRS2Go is free for use on iPhone and Android.
Financial managers help you plan your budget and reduce costs with accurate automatic calculations. It can track all your financial actions through your bank account or can be set up to receive billing reminders. The beauty of this app is that it is combined with all major financial institutions and Canadian and North American banks. Mint will remind you of the invoice that will be issued and will automatically pay for you (if necessary). In addition, Mint recommends that financial accounts have the highest interest rates and can provide valuable advice to you and your family on financial management.
As for the shortcomings of the app, it has only been applied to Americans and Canadians so far, and has no percentage-based savings goal. Mint is free for iPhone or Android and can be synced with Apple Watch.
MoneyBook has a simple and attractive interface. Download this app to your phone and you'll be able to track all your currency actions in the form of animated statistics. MoneyBook contains information on profits and expenses, precise calculations in the currency you need, and supports multiple languages including English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, Finnish, Dutch, Swedish, and Chinese. If you lose your phone, feel free to use a free backup in the cloud. As of this writing, MoneyBook is only available to iPhone users for $ 2.99.